New Blog Post | Zero Trust with Azure Network Security



Read the full article here: Zero Trust with Azure Network Security - Microsoft Community Hub


As more organizations continue to migrate workloads into the cloud and adopt hybrid cloud setups, security measures and controls can become complicated and difficult to implement. The zero-trust model assists and guides organizations in the continuous digital transformation space by providing a reliable framework to manage complexity, secure digital assets and manage risk.


The Zero Trust model assumes breach and verifies each request as though it originated from an uncontrolled network regardless of where the request originates or what resource it accesses, instead of believing everything behind the corporate Firewall is safe. For this blog, we will guide you through strengthening one of Zero trust principles - Assume breach. To read more about Zero Trust principles see Zero Trust implementation guidance | Microsoft Learn


Azure Network Security Solutions – Firewall, DDoS Protection, and Web Application Firewall (WAF) provide Zero Trust implementation at the network layer ensuring that organizations’ digital assets are secured from attacks and there is visibility into the network traffic.


In this blog, we will look at how Azure DDoS Protection, Web Application Firewall and Azure Firewall can be deployed to achieve Zero Trust. The deployment is set up with end-to-end TLS encryption showcasing the ability of WAF and Azure Firewall to inspect encrypted traffic.


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Nice article that provides a good overview