Azure Security Center Standard includes:
Hybrid security – Get a unified view of security across all of your on-premises and cloud workloads. Apply security policies and continuously assess the security of your hybrid cloud workloads to ensure compliance with security standards. Collect, search, and analyze security data from a variety of sources, including firewalls and other partner solutions.
Advanced threat detection – Use advanced analytics and the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph to get an edge over evolving cyber-attacks. Leverage built-in behavioral analytics and machine learning to identify attacks and zero-day exploits. Monitor networks, machines, and cloud services for incoming attacks and post-breach activity. Streamline investigation with interactive tools and contextual threat intelligence.
Access and application controls – Block malware and other unwanted applications by applying whitelisting recommendations adapted to your specific workloads and powered by machine learning. Reduce the network attack surface with just-in-time, controlled access to management ports on Azure VMs, drastically reducing exposure to brute force and other network attacks.
To add On-premises Servers
When your workspace is added :
- + Add Computers
- Download the right agent for Windows or Linux
- When you installed the agent you need the workspace ID and the key to finish the connection.
- When your Server doesn’t have a Internet connection you can work with the OMS Gateway.
Here you see the 3 machines from On-Premises in Azure Security Center
Apply Azure Disk Encryption for example.
Azure Security Center Recommendations
Azure Security Center Overview
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