Security Center provides out of the box policies and a dashboard to identify possible security issues with your subscription.
To start with Security Center has a good set of policies that will help you do basic audits and provide security alerts.
Use Security Center to meet your cloud requirements
In this article, you will be able to meet the following requirements:
- Set up ways for your security team, developers, and operations to quickly audit subscriptions.
- Mitigate security issues
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Microsoft makes it easy to get started using Azure — sign up for a free subscription and get started. The tutorial show you how to use the portal to create virtual machines, storage, backups. All good.
And then it comes time to take your applications into production. You may realize that you need to show auditors your security methods. And you want to be sure to protect your customer data. Or you may have cloud sprawl and want to control costs.
And you have had a good conversations about your requirements. What then?
This article shows you how to get your subscription up and running using some important best practices for your administrators. It shows how to set up Security Center and how to set up policies that can be used to help your security team validate that you are using best practices.
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Web browsers, for security and privacy reasons, prevent documents in different domains from affecting each other; that is, cross-site scripting is disallowed.
That means that communication between frames, tabs, and windows was restricted for security reasons. If browsers allowed you to access content loaded into other frames and tabs, site could steal information another site using scripting. So, attempting to retrieve or modify content loaded from another source raises a security exception and prevents the operation.
But there are cases where you want content from different sites to be able to communicate inside the browser, such as for mash-ups.
To meet this need, HTML5 allows Cross-Document Messaging and Channel Messaging.
In this post, you will learn:
- How to send a message to an iFrame using Cross-Document Messaging.
- Describe several security considerations in using Cross-Document Messaging.
- How to send and receive a message using Channel Messaging.
- Describe the function of ports when using Channel Messaging.
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