I have written about Azure SQL Database LEVEL firewall rules before during my blog series, more specifically the security blog post. If you can’t remember the section on firewalls then I will bring the following diagram to your attention.
Apparently there is a new tool from Microsoft where you can discover, track, and remediate potential database vulnerabilities. This tool is available for both on-premises SQL Server and Azure SQL Database. I actually cannot find the download for the on-premises version so I decided to give it a go in Azure SQL Database.
So here we go, the first installment of my cloud blog series. From my experience this concern is a common one, especially when relating it to the database layer. Data “leaks” via security breaches have been getting some real negative press lately, what tools and techniques do you have to protect your Azure SQL Databases? The answer is – A LOT across different components and that is what I will cover in this blog post.