Secure Your Cloud Platform From Identity Attacks, Advanced Threats, Malware, Phishing, and More
Azure handles many things for enterprises today – from identity (with Azure Active Directory (AD)) and email (Microsoft Exchange), to cloud resource provisioning and a full featured platform as a service (PaaS) environment. These services, however, also provide a broad attack surface to be exploited through identity, malware, phishing, and other advanced threats. These threats can be perpetrated by external attackers or malicious insiders with legit privileges.
Multi-Point, Multi-Level Integrated Security
By connecting to multiple sources logs, Securonix ensures constant threat monitoring of Azure. In addition to standard benefits, such as analyzing user entitlements and events to look for malicious activity, the platform also supports multiple built-in Microsoft Azure specific use cases. It correlates cloud-based data with data from on-premises sources (such as Active Directory) to add entity context information and analyze the end-to-end activities of users. Securonix threat modeling then automatically stitches together anomalies over a period to detect and prioritize high risk threats.
Through integrations with Azure Sentinel, Security Center, and Windows Defender, Securonix is able to leverage Microsoft security infrastructure and collate all threat information into a single source of truth.