Configuring Security Center Resource Type Pricing with Azure Policy (contains updated policies)

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As you may have seen, we have added new Resource Types to the Security Center pricing tier:

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To enforce compliance across your Tenant, Management Groups or subscriptions, the recommend way is to use an Azure Policy assignment. This allows you to group different Azure Policy definitions into one single Azure Policy assignment like this:

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The initiative contains the different Azure Policy definitions to set all new Resource Types to Standard:

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You can find these Azure Policy definitions and much more on our GitHub repo.

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