Part 2 -Securing Azure :- Database Security best practices – Call to get your Azure Audited

By | October 31, 2019

In this video we continue with how to secure Azure SQL Databases based on the security best practices mentioned in the last video. We cover how to create a Azure SQL Database and SQL Server. Identify what features are enabled by default and what’s not. We then move on to enabling Auditing Advanced Threat Detection

  • Firewall Configuration
  • TDE – Transparent Data Encryption
  • Always Encrypted
  • Dynamic data masking

The video shows step by step how to enabled each feature and useful links etc.

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