Best Practices for Securing Your Azure Environment

Best Practices for Securing Your Azure Environment

As organizations look for ways to increase efficiency, cost-savings, and flexibility, many are deciding to increase utilization of cloud services. According to Gartner, worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow 40.6% in 2022 to total $362.2 billion, up from $257.5 billion in 2020. For many organizations, a significant portion of their business depends on cloud storage, communications, or infrastructure. Therefore, protecting your systems and assets in the cloud should be a priority.

More and more enterprises are turning to Microsoft Azure to extend internal data centers and take advantage of the agility of the public cloud. While Azure is responsible for securing the infrastructure, the responsibility falls on the organization to protect everything that they put in it. The Fortinet Security Fabric provides Azure and Office 365 users broad protection, native integration, and automated management. This enables customers with consistent enforcement and visibility across their hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure.




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