With multiple portals and alert systems to monitor, IT security teams are stretched thin trying to gain control across the entire environment. Explore some of the latest trends in IT security and how scalable, cloud-native solutions like Microsoft® Azure Sentinel® help close the gaps.
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With the remote workforce movement in full swing, it’s critical that businesses take the time to reevaluate their existing cybersecurity practices — and make upgrades as needed.
Fact: Worldwide data creation will grow from 33ZB in 2018 to 175ZB in 2025.
Implication: Data will become increasingly challenging to monitor and secure, especially as it moves through IT environments.
Fact: 64 billion more devices will be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT).
Implication: Considering a substantial growth in connected devices, control may wane if not proactively addressed.
Fact: 92% of companies have already adopted, or are starting to adopt, a multicloud approach.
Implication: Multiple platforms of different types in the same IT environment will complicate visibility even more.
As cybercrime costs, data volumes and device counts continue to climb, there’s increasing pressure for IT security teams to embrace robust, automated solutions.
Microsoft® Azure Sentinel® is a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) solution built as a cloud service.
As an SIEM, it delivers a unified platform for security teams to gain visibility, analytics and control. Features include:
SIEMs collect logs from:
Azure Sentinel is a scalable, evergreen solution that collects security data across the entire business, including users, applications, devices and infrastructure.
IT environments are complex with innumerable vectors of attack. Enhance your security capabilities with Azure Sentinel, available from Insight.