Cloud Workshop - Security baseline on Azure
2 h 35 m
Lab Overview
In this hands-on lab, you will implement many of the Azure Security Center features to secure their cloud-based Azure infrastructure (IaaS) and applications (PaaS). Specifically, you will ensure that any internet exposed resources have been properly secured and any non-required internet access disabled. Additionally, you will implement a “jump machine” for admins with Application Security enabled to prevent admins from installing non-approved software and potentially exposing cloud resources. You will then utilize custom alerts to monitor for TCP/IP Port Scans and then fire alerts and run books based on those attacks.

Related Learning Path(s):
AZ - 500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies
  • Experience with Microsoft Azure
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