Azure Firewall is used to protect the resources that are deployed in the Cloud. Concepts like Network Rules, Application Rules, NAT rules will be broken down into small pieces for easier understanding. A demo on the same will be given to the audience. Misconceptions between NSG and Azure Firewall will be explained. If time permits, will explain about IDPS and integration with SIEM solutions
Cloud Security Consultant with wide range of knowledge in multiple cloud service providers working to implement & improve their Posture Management (CSPM) and safeguard their workloads (CWP). Have been working in Azure Cloud Security for almost 2 years, also touch based other cloud service providers including AWS and GCP. Not only that, I've also worked in implementing Firewall, VPN, WAF and Vulnerability Assessment solutions.
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