Monthly news – April 2024

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Microsoft Defender for Cloud

Monthly news

April 2024 Edition

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This is our monthly "What's new" blog post, summarizing product updates and various new assets we released over the past month. In this edition, we are looking at all the goodness from February 2024.

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 Microsoft Defender for Cloud

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ServiceNow integration with Defender for Cloud is now generally available. This integration allows customers to prioritize remediation of recommendations that affect your business. Click here to read more.?
Product improvements.png Continuous export now includes attack path data!
Attack path data can now be exported to Azure Monitor, Azure Event Hubs or any SIEM tool like Microsoft Sentinel. Along with attack path data, you can choose to export security recommendations, their severity and findings, secure scores, security alerts, and regulatory compliance. Learn more about continuous export here.
Blogs on MS.png In this blog post we announce enhancements to Defender CSPM including new features like risk prioritization, automatic discovery of business-critical workloads, agentless container posture capabilities in AWS and GCP and the release of more Regulatory Compliance standards.  

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Based on customer feedback, CxE created a new PowerShell script with improved logic for estimating – at the resource level – Defender for Storage V1 and V2 costs in our GitHub repo.  
  • The improved logic helps it to be faster and give more accurate estimations based on the las 30-days of usage. 
  • Added visual step-by-step on how to run the script. 
Modified the Readme file to explain how the script works (parameters used, how it loops across subscriptions in scope, what the output CSV file looks like and what information it brings). This helps users understand it and customize it to their needs.
Blogs on MS.png Discover how other organizations successfully use Microsoft Defender for Cloud to protect their cloud workloads. This month we are featuring Körber – a leading international technology group – that uses Microsoft security solutions, including Defender for Cloud, to secure their environment. In this article we discuss how to enable continuous export of attack path insights and track your progress over time.
Product videos.png Watch new episodes of the Defender for Cloud in the Field show to learn about the DevOps security capabilities in Defender CSPM, and recommendation prioritization in Microsoft Defender for Cloud
webcast recordings.png Join our experts in the upcoming webinars to learn what we are doing to secure your workloads running in Azure and other clouds.

 

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