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Get the most out of Microsoft Copilot for Security with good prompt engineering

The process of writing, refining, and optimizing inputs—or “prompts”—to encourage generative AI systems to create specific, high-quality outputs is called prompt engineering. It helps generative AI models organize better responses to a wide range of queries—from the simple to the highly technical. The basic rule is that good prompts equal good results. Prompt engineering is […]

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Giving Specific Analysts Access to Specific Azure Sentinel Playbooks

>Hi, all! Rod Trent here. I am a Cybersecurity CE/Consultant at Microsoft and working with Azure Sentinel. I also blog for our Secure Infrastructure Blog and have quite a few Azure Sentinel articles posted there already.  >As a general best practice, you want to configure access to Azure Sentinel resources through the Resource Group and

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Sharing Azure Sentinel Workbook Data with Someone Outside the SIEM

>Hi, all! Rod Trent here. I am a Cybersecurity CE/Consultant at Microsoft and working with Azure Sentinel. I also blog for our Secure Infrastructure Blog and have quite a few Azure Sentinel articles posted there already.  >Customers ask quite often how they can share their Workbooks with others outside of Azure Sentinel, i.e., give access

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Azure Sentinel: Ensuring Internet-blocked Azure VMs Can Still Connect

Hi, all! Rod Trent here. I am a Cybersecurity CE/Consultant at Microsoft and work with Azure Sentinel literally every waking hour, so I see and hear a lot of unique and interesting things in relation to this fantastic product. I also blog for our Secure Infrastructure Blog and have quite a few Azure Sentinel articles

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