Azure Threat Detection

Azure Active Directory Identity Protection

Security is a top concern when managing databases, and it has always been a priority for Azure SQL Database. Your databases can be tightly secured to help satisfy most regulatory or security requirements, including HIPAA, ISO 27001/27002, and PCI DSS Level 1, among others. A current list of security compliance certifications is available at the Microsoft Trust Center site. You also can choose to place your databases in specific Azure datacenters based on regulatory requirements.

How you can learn to enable Azure Active Directory Identity Protection is a feature of the Azure AD Premium P2 edition that provides you an overview of the risk events and potential vulnerabilities affecting your organization’s identities. Microsoft has been securing cloud-based identities for over a decade, and with Azure AD Identity Protection, Microsoft is making these same protection systems available to enterprise customers. Identity Protection uses existing Azure AD’s anomaly detection capabilities available through Azure AD’s Anomalous Activity Reports, and introduces new risk event types that can detect real time anomalies.

Identity Protection uses adaptive machine learning algorithms and heuristics to detect anomalies and risk events that may indicate that an identity has been compromised. Using this data, Identity Protection generates reports and alerts that enable you to investigate these risk events and take appropriate remediation or mitigation action.


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