The increase in rate of IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-service) adoption continues its growing trend as the quickest developing cloud segment. It has been assumed that there can be 27.6% of growth in this rate till the end of this year i.e., 2019. In a Microsoft report of Security Intelligence, online users display their 300% growth in threats against them. With the adoption of IaaS vendors for online services like MS Azure, the attack platform had got advanced but, with the correct preparation, any organization can enforce cyber security measures for services, which significantly mitigate the overall potential impact of an attempted threat.
Although, Microsoft offers its own set of security abilities to secure business Azure subscriptions but, cloud data security is a shared responsibility model that demands Azure clients to deliver protection “in” Microsoft platform. Next comes the Azure security best practices, which are derived from clients and recommended by the Center for Internet Security. These are particularly for several important fields of protection in MS Azure, which every individual should follow to make sure that their subscriptions are protected.
The top three Azure security best practices are posted in today’s CloudCodes official page. Readers can go through the same and ensure that they are placed properly at their actual location. Until and unless security standards are not placed at their proper locations they will not work in an effective manner and hence, will not fulfill their security requirements. So, ensure to activate the things correctly on time and use them in the best way to reduce online security threats!