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Microsoft OMS customers can now use Azure Security Center to protect their hybrid cloud workloads

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Microsoft OMS customers can now use Azure Security Center to protect their hybrid cloud workloads
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With the recent release of Azure Security Center support for hybrid cloud workloads, Operations Management Suite (OMS) Security & Compliance customers can start using Security Center to unify security management and threat protection across Azure, on-premises, and other clouds. Security Center will automatically discover and monitor security for computers already connected to OMS Security & Compliance solutions, and you can easily connect additional computers by installing the Microsoft Monitoring Agent as you do today.Azure Security Center now includes the same security management capabilities currently available in the OMS Security & Compliance solution, including:

  • Security data collection, search, and analysis
  • Notable events driven by predefined and custom queries
  • Security assessment dashboards, including system update status, antimalware protection state, OS baseline configurations, and identity and access
  • Inventory of connected computers
  • Advanced threat detection
  • Interactive threat intelligence map

In addition, Security Center offers:

Read the entire article here, OMS customers can now use Azure Security Center to protect their hybrid cloud workloads – Operations Management Suite Blog

Via the fine folks at Microsoft.

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