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ControlCheck: Security and Compliance Assessment

Cyber intrusions can damage the competitive advantages and reputation of affected organisations, and amongst other damages, unnecessarily consume scarce financial and staff resources to respond to such intrusions.

I have been working on a development of a Security and Compliance Assessment app : ControlCheck and this month I have released the 1st version to assess and recommend controls in place and to recommend controls based on security practices.

In the July 2021 version, ControlCheck displays a Dashboard with the available Azure Services per category showing which service are in Compliance as it is as per in place Azure Polices.

What each colour means:

  • RED means the Azure polices are configured for the Azure Service, but not enforced or the service is not configured to meet the policy
  • Yellow means that no Azure policy is defined for the service
  • Green means that Azure polices are configured for the Azure Service, are enforced or the service is configured to meet the policy .

Once you click on the service, it will show you a summary for that specific Policy by Category

You can also see the current applied controls

The Recommended Controls by security best practices

and the health asesssment

#security #compliance #cyber #analytics #msftadvocate #azure

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