From the last two posts I made related to the Azure Key Vault (one on encrypting with your own key and the other on how to generate a key), I’ll admit I’m getting started with security in Azure.
In my last post, I indicated how easy it was to tell a storage account (particularly the Azure Shell storage account) to use an encryption key. In that example, I brought my own key. That key was an 2048-bit RSA key that Azure Key Vault was happy to use and apply to my storage account. The figure below shows my 2048-bit key:Read More
I recently had a situation where I started using Azure Shell. The way I look at Azure, and really any cloud service, security should be the first part of the process.Read More