The world has changed, your staff and your data are more vulnerable now. You need to protect your information and data not just within your office network but in the cloud too.
Having your data in the cloud has many benefits, but attackers can also abuse this ease of access. User credentials are being leaked and stolen every day, with attackers abusing these stolen credentials and trying to log into your organization’s cloud remotely.
Bluedog’s Azure Security Monitoring can protect your staff and information wherever they are; we can protect your company’s extended network.
If you’re one of the millions of businesses using Microsoft Azure your need to think seriously about security monitoring for your Azure tenancy.
Your staff working remotely or from home are vulnerable. You can’t monitor their network when they are working away from the office.
It’s relatively easy for cyber criminals to gain access to your Azure tenancy in the same – and often an easier way – than they can gain access to your office network.
Because Azure is cloud based, it’s more difficult for you to even know there’s been a breach!
You need a way of ensuring the safety of your information even for employees working from home or remotely.
If you are using Azure within your organization and are looking to secure your environment, then look no further.
Bluedog can take in all Azure events, as well as the Azure Security Center with a few clicks. There might be suspicious account login attempts from outside the office, data exfiltration from SharePoint or phishing emails arrive in your employee’s email.
Every potentially serious alert from the monitoring system is not only alerted to the end user customer, but also fed through to our highly skilled SOC team, who investigate the alerts; making the kind of correlations with other recent events that only humans can do.
When bluedog sees your Azure usage, the data scientists inside the bluedog Security Operations Centre (SOC) correlate user behavior to identify abnormal behavior. This is the kind of information that truly identifies attackers are inside an organization.
When a cloud account is breached, anti-virus solutions or internal solutions life firewalls won’t be triggered. The bluedog SOC can spot an attacker as they navigate their way across the network . An unusual login location or lateral movement across the network to find and exfiltrate files is what stands out.
Successful Logins from unusual locations – quickly cut off potential external attacks
Failed and attempted logins – is someone trying to gain access to your Azure tenancy?
Account creations – attackers may be moving sideways through your system by creating new accounts
File accesses an exfiltration – we can alert unusual file downloads or large amounts of data being saved to other cloud services
Account Operations – Are passwords being changed, accounts deleted, accounts created, permissions changed?
Application Installations – If a user authorises the installation of a new application within your Azure tenancy you can quickly prevent rogue applications doing damage