Modern Workplace Community call: Microsoft Azure Sentinel

Security operations (SecOps) teams spend a large portion of their time setting up and maintaining their tools. Many security analysts suffer from alert fatigue; their tools produce more alerts than they can complete investigations on in a given day. A solution is needed that empowers SecOps team to focus on the important threats and eliminate distractions.

Since introducing Azure Sentinel on February 28, we’ve received a lot of interest regarding Microsoft’s cloud native security information event management (SIEM) and security orchestration automated response (SOAR) capabilities and how it can help our partners alleviate alert fatigue, automate setup and maintenance of their security tools, and prioritize legitimate threats using the power of the cloud and the Intelligent Security Graph.

Because it is cloud native, Azure Sentinel offers virtually limitless speed and scale to support your security needs. Enterprises are increasingly adopting the advanced security and compliance capabilities in Microsoft 365 across Office 365, Enterprise Mobility & Security as well as Windows 10. Using Azure Sentinel’s powerful tools, you can gather data from your Microsoft 365 environments as well as a variety of sources: from identities, end points, infrastructure as well as third-party data feeds and integrate it with your service management process and tools to get a big picture view into the complete attack cycle.

Join your US partner peers for a call with Nicholas DiCola from the Sentinel Product Group to learn how easy it can be to collect security data across your entire digital estate from devices, to users, to apps, to infrastructure on any cloud. You’ll learn how Microsoft Azure Sentinel brings to bear artificial intelligence , machine learning and big data at scale to magnify your SecOps capabilities and increase your detection, investigation, and response times.

Join us on April 16th at 10 am PT to learn more about Azure Sentinel and its many capabilities.

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