Video | Better together for US government: Azure Security Center + Azure Sentinel
Customers using the cloud today are experiencing new challenges, such as rapidly changing workloads and insecure configurations, increasingly sophisticated attacks, and limited visibility into security and compliance. Given the dynamic nature of the cloud and the constantly evolving threat landscape, security teams need intelligent, automated, integrated security to close the gaps—providing visibility and proactive response across their organization.
Microsoft provides SIEM and extended detection and response (XDR) tools that emphasize integration to help your security teams stay ahead of attacks. Microsoft Defender, Microsoft’s XDR, manifests itself in two tailored experiences: Azure Defender and M365 Defender. Azure Defender, part of Azure Security Center, provides advanced threat protection across many resource types, including servers, Kubernetes, Key Vault, and more. Azure Sentinel, Microsoft’s cloud native SIEM, is deeply integrated with our XDR and provides security information event management and security orchestration automated response.
In this video, TJ Banasik and I discuss and demonstrate how when coupled, Azure Security Center and Azure Sentinel create an integrated end-to-end detection, investigation, and response platform for protecting cloud workloads. Watch Better together for US government: Azure Security Center + Azure Sentinel:
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- Get started with Azure Security Center
- Get started with Azure Sentinel
- Announcing the Azure Sentinel: Zero Trust (TIC3.0) Workbook
- What’s new: Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Workbook
- Investigate Azure Security Center alerts using Azure Sentinel