New Azure Security Center helps you prevent, detect, and respond to threats

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In this session, we will introduce a new Azure service that helps you prevent, detect and respond to threats with increased visibility and control over the security of your Azure resources and advanced analytics to identify attacks that might otherwise go undetected. Stay ahead of current and emerging threats with cloud security policies that enable you to recommend and monitor security configurations, easy deployment of integrated Microsoft and partner security solutions, and real-time security alerts that enable you to respond and recover from security incidents more quickly.

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    manrique

    Hi Sara,

    Is the Security Center public already?  Where do I find it in the portal?

    Thank you,

    Manrique

     

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    rmcgee

    Hi Manrique,
    Azure Security Center public preview is coming later this year. If you'd like to receive notification when it is available, you can sign up here: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/campaigns/security-center/request/

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    Bob Wilmes

    Can you please do a video on how Microsoft envisions integrating the Azure security center with an application security process to enable DevOps using the recent Docker on Azure announcements ? Will the security center provide an application inventory to track security issues with projects in Visual Studio Online (VSO) ?

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    IanThm

    Hi, Is it possible that a one could allow a client to see the security center from their azure account. That would really give confidence that a software provider has security under control to the best standards? 

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    Mick

    What about incident response services? Memory capture for forensics in particular? Being able to capture an image and store where needed for analysis.

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