Zero Trust – Strategy for Security Architecture

In a world where cyber threats are constantly evolving and becoming more sophisticated, the need for robust security architecture has become more critical than ever. Zero Trust security reference architectures is the approach to protecting an organizations’ digital assets in Azure. The Zero Trust framework is built on the principles of “Use least privilege access”, “Assume breach” and “Verify explicitly”. Marking a fundamental shift from traditional security approaches which focused more on securing the network perimeter.

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Creating a Naming Convention for Azure

Organisations use naming conventions to make it easier and more efficient to work with governance and security. As organisations started to adopt cloud many kept on using the same naming convention without adapting it. This created issues since the naming conventions, which were designed to be used for on-premise systems, didn’t support new resource types that are created in cloud environments such as Azure. This article goes through the basic concepts and recommendations related to creating a naming convention for Azure. A detailed example of a “Naming Convention Guideline” for Azure is also provided to newsletter subscribers.

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