CLOUD THREAT DETECTION AND RESPONSE
As more applications, services and infrastructure are being migrated to the cloud, SOC teams are adopting solutions such as Microsoft Azure Sentinel and Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. These solutions are not only “cloud-based” but have a “cloud-native” architecture – enabling speed and flexibility when extending your threat detection and response capabilities across your expanding IT estate. But adopting a cloud-native SOC with the Azure Security Stack can also bring about new challenges that need to be addressed.
Migrating from on-prem to cloud-native threat detection
Migrating to a cloud-native SIEM can be a lengthy and complex process – from migrating use cases, log sources and reports to configuring Azure Sentinel. In this eBook, we provide the key steps required to ensure a smooth and cost-effective transition.Download the eBook to learn more >>
You’ve switched on Sentinel, now how do you manage it?
Once Azure Sentinel is deployed, security teams often realize they’re unable to manage the barrage of new alerts coming in from various sources or control the costs of data ingestion and retention. Optimizing how you collect and manage the right logs and applying a repeatable use case management approach will enable you to get the best out of Azure Sentinel and Defender.Watch this on-demand webinar to learn more >>
Reducing threat detection and response times
Responding quickly to threats in Azure requires more than setting up cloud detection rules in Azure Sentinel or Defender for Endpoint. You also need to have a focused, Azure-certified team correlating behavioral indicators across your cloud assets with threat intelligence to actively hunt for early signs of an intrusion and contain it quickly.Download our datasheet >>