Sentinel

Azure – A new PowerShell module is available to manage Azure Sentinel

You may now know Azure Sentinel, the cloud native SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) solution from Microsoft. Well, if you are using and managing Azure Sentinel you will be happy to know that a PowerShell module is now available to manage Azure Sentinel, in addition of the Azure portal. Before you deploy this module, …

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Azure – Retirement and replacement of specific features in Azure Security Center

By July 31st, 2019, the following legacy features in Azure Security Center (ASC) will removed and replaced in either Azure Log Analytics or Azure Sentinel: Events Search Classic Identity & Access dashboard Threat intelligence dashboard Investigation flow in security alerts Edit security configuration settings for security policies Security and audit dashboard in Log Analytics You …

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Azure – Enable Fusion for Azure Sentinel

With the launch of Azure Sentinel, the cloud SIEM solution from Microsoft, additional capabilities are being added to help improve awareness and security of your infrastructure, both on-premises and online. This may lead to an over flooding alert notifications and as such this reduce the comprehensiveness of a potential incident. To assist with it, Machine …

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Azure – A new security capability is now available in preview: Azure Sentinel

Azure Sentinel is a cloud-based  security information event management (SIEM) and security orchestrator automated response (SOAR)  providing you security analytics and threats intelligence from a single point. During the preview, Azure Sentinel is free of charge. Final pricing will be announced at a later stage; data import from Office 365 is free. To start using …

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