“Prisma was really easy to bring on board, and their team was really helpful and energetic. We were able to quickly identify and correct weaknesses in our security posture.”
“Ease of integration and implementation of security policies and controls across multi-clouds. The report generated on non-compliance policy assets is very user friendly and helpful in narrowing down to assets which require remediation.”
Prisma Cloud for Microsoft Azure dynamically discovers cloud resource changes and continuously correlates raw, siloed data sources to provide a complete view of risk. Through a machine learning-driven approach, Prisma Cloud enables organizations to fulfill their obligations in the shared responsibility model.
Prisma Cloud Compute Edition delivers a Cloud Workload Protection platform (CWPP) for modern enterprises, providing holistic protection across hosts, containers, and serverless deployments in Microsoft Azure.
To begin monitoring workloads and resources on Microsoft Azure with Prisma Cloud, follow this streamlined guidance.
Prisma Cloud provides multiple out-of-the-box options to integrate Microsoft Azure into your existing security workflows and technologies you already use.
Prisma Cloud can send alerts to a queue on the Azure Service Bus messaging service. As soon as an alert is generated, the entire alert payload is sent to the queue
Prisma Cloud has better visibility and control with auto-discovery and auto-protection for cloud hosts on Microsoft Azure.
Prisma Cloud integrates with Prisma Access and Azure AD conditional access and directory sync functions on Microsoft Azure to secure remote workers across hybrid cloud infrastructures from anywhere in the world.
How to defend against Azurescape, a cross-account takeover affecting Microsoft's Azure Container-as-a-Service (CaaS) platform.
How to defend against a critical vulnerability that exploits Azure Cosmos DB to harvest the Cosmos DB keys and access data.
Prisma Cloud extends innovative Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM) capabilities to Microsoft Azure to enable multi-cloud entitlement analysis and protection against excessive permissions.