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The shared responsibility model for cloud security. As cloud service provider takes responsibility for controls, the cloud customer can use their resources to focus on the controls for which they remain responsible.

Meet critical infrastructure security compliance requirements with Microsoft 365

Critical infrastructure operators face a hostile cyber threat environment and a complex compliance landscape. Every operator of an industrial control system also operates an IT network to service its productivity needs. A supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system operator ... continue reading
April identity updates

April identity updates

Howdy folks, I’m excited to share the latest Active Azure Directory news, including feature updates, support depreciation, and the general availability of new features that will streamline administrator, developer, and end user experiences. These new features and feature updates show ... continue reading
Workbook tiles with a summary of Traffic Analytics state in all NSGs

Azure Network Security Hygiene with Traffic Analytics

Hello, dear readers! My name is Hélder Pinto and I am sharing here some tips about how to leverage NSG Flow Logs and Traffic Analytics to improve your Azure network security hygiene and, at the end, simplify your NSG rules ... continue reading

CSI: Redmond – Episode 1 “Mistaken Identity”

Episode Story Line: A mild mannered IT administrator is doing routine patching when things go south. At first it seems like maybe just a case of the wrong patch for the wrong system but there is more to this story ... continue reading
Investigating a unique “form” of email delivery for IcedID malware

Investigating a unique “form” of email delivery for IcedID malware

Microsoft threat analysts have been tracking activity where contact forms published on websites are abused to deliver malicious links to enterprises using emails with fake legal threats. The emails instruct recipients to click a link to review supposed evidence behind ... continue reading
Enterprise-scale foundation architecture

Leverage enterprise-scale reference implementations for your cloud adoption

This post was co-authored by Sarah Lean, Senior Content Engineer, Azure In the last couple of blog posts, we followed Tailwind Traders1 on their cloud journey and how the IT team is looking to adopt Azure as part of their ... continue reading
Raising the minimum bar with Azure Automanage

Raising the minimum bar with Azure Automanage

Hello Folks, I’ve always believed that one of the true roles of IT in any organizations is to help the business units achieve their goals while maintaining adequate control over company resources. This is not an all-encompassing rule. It’s just ... continue reading

Get Started with Azure Stack HCI using VMM!

We are excited to announce the support of managing Azure Stack HCI clusters in VMM 2019 UR3. Azure Stack HCI is the newly launched subscription-based fabric OS that’s delivered as an Azure service. More details on the announcement here. Let’s ... continue reading
Enterprise-Scale with hub and spoke architecture

Scale cloud adoption with modular designs for enterprise-scale landing zones

This post was co-authored by Sarah Lean, Senior Content Engineer, Azure Tailwind Traders1 is a retail company that is looking to adopt Azure as part of its IT strategy. The IT team is familiar with deploying infrastructure on-premises and is ... continue reading

Building a Policy to deploy the new Azure monitor Agent

Hello folks, Following my recording with Shayoni Seth (Senior Program Manager on the Azure Monitor Agent team) regarding the use and deployment of the upcoming Azure Monitor Agent (AMA) currently in preview. We established that there are 2 key parts ... continue reading