Lateral movements are typically the first thing that hackers do after compromising a system in order to spread their attack to other valuable targets, so isolating systems that have been compromised is of paramount importance for an organization from a security perspective. In a previous blog (here) we saw a possibility of having abstract policies … Continue reading Easily isolate compromised VMs with Azure Security Center and Logic Apps
Find out how to build a solution on top of Azure APIs to automate the creation of NSGs.
I was recently confronted with the following problem: how can I run code from inside an Azure ARM Quickstart Template? Well, if you don’t know ARM Templates, they are essentially a declarative description of objects as you want to have them in Azure, but they don’t allow to run code as such. For example, see … Continue reading Run Azure Functions from your Quickstart ARM Templates
From my previous posts you have probably realized that I am a huge fan of infrastructure automation, since in my opinion it is the only way of operating efficiently a data center. In order to implement automation, you have two possibilities Use an automation software, either installed locally in your premises (such as Microsoft’s System … Continue reading Azure Functions for Infrastructure Automation (or how to run PowerShell from the cloud)