Security: Missing Ingredient for Azure Managed Service Providers

Bridging the gap between optimal cyber security and the Microsoft Azure Cloud.

Public cloud providers like Microsoft Azure offer a great customer onboarding service with tools and support that help accelerate adoption. However, they’re missing one critical ingredient that can make-or-break the strategic advantage of moving to the public cloud – cyber security. In Microsoft Azure’s Shared Responsibility model, the customer is left with large majority of compliance and security responsibility for their data. This can make missing the necessary cyber security measures in a public cloud space can be disastrous.

Cyber threats are constantly evolving their strategies to find and breach vulnerable organizations. Adding more pressure to the security landscape is the shortage of talented IT security teams with experience in developing sustainable and effective policies, analysis and response. This can make hiring and training a cyber security team expensive with few guarantees of success.

In response to the growth of cyber threats, Armor’s Armor Anywhere program combines a 24/7 security operations center with a full-suite of leading cyber security tools to help organizations protect their data. Learn more about cyber security with Armor Anywhere in Microsoft Azure’s public cloud with our, “Missing Ingredient for Azure Managed Service Providers’ webinar.

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