In “Hybrid Cloud Workload Protection with Azure Security Center,” a new course available on Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA), Yuri Diogenes and Ty Balascio offer an overview of Azure Security Center, including requirements, planning, onboarding, and troubleshooting. Yuri and Ty work with real-world data and share their experience in the field to show how the threat landscape differs for a cloud or hybrid environment versus on-premises. They also explore threat detection and talk you through threat response in a lab environment.
Security threats increase in volume and sophistication every day. And regardless of your organization’s size or the industry you’re in, Azure Security Center threat detection capabilities, alerts, and recommended fixes can give you the tangible data you need to address these issues. Plus, you can monitor your on-premises, hybrid, or cloud environment—either Azure or Amazon—to get a more complete picture.
Get set up, run assessments, and create custom alerts and prioritize them. And review remediation suggestions, which are practical steps for resolving any issues. Start implementing security policies and just in time VM access, and see how to deploy the service and keep it secure. Finally, learn about troubleshooting, make an action plan, and hear about next steps, as you get the information you need to enhance your organization’s security posture.
Module 1 Getting started with Azure Security Center
Module 2 Workload Protection
Module 3 Detecting threats
Module 4 Incident response
Module 5 Final considerations
About the instructors
Yuri Diogenes | Microsoft Senior Program Manager at Security CxP Team | @yuridiogenes
Yuri Diogenes is a Senior PM at Microsoft Security CxP Team for Azure Security Center, and he has co-authored 20 books. Previously, he was a Senior Support Escalation Engineer at Microsoft CSS. Yuri has a master's degree in Cybersecurity Intelligence & Forensics and an MBA, along with numerous IT industry certifications.
Ty Balascio | Microsoft Senior Program Manager | @TyTech99
With 22 years of experience, Ty Balascio began developing IT-focused software on SUS, which became WUS and WSUS. He helped deliver System Center Essentials, Intune, Key Management Services, and System Center Configuration Manager. Now, he helps customers secure datacenter workloads with Azure Security Center.
Watch for the release of a new book, Microsoft Azure Security Center, by Yuri Diogenes and Tom Shinder, this June. Pre-order this title now on Amazon.