Microsoft Azure

Improved visibility, proactive mitigation. IronDefense leverages a broad range of cloud-deployed sensors for public/private cloud, virtual networks, and on-premise networks to help you secure your unique infrastructure, with the flexibility to scale and accommodate your distributed teams. IronNet’s solutions are available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace

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IronDefense works with Microsoft Azure to provide end-to-end visibility, across hybrid and cloud environments, delivering real-time collective intelligence and threat detection.

IronNet Collective Defense for Microsoft Sentinel

IronNet and Microsoft help your SOC work faster and smarter with advanced network detection and response (NDR.) Enabling the use of Azure Sentinel as a single pane of glass, analysts can gather and share data to power collective defense within their existing ecosystem.
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Key Features

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Enhanced visibility and detection within Microsoft Azure environments
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Faster detection of threats through advanced behavioral analytics
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Seamless integration for a single pane of glass

Find us in Azure Marketplace

Strengthen your cloud security with IronNet’s solutions for Azure environments and integration for Sentinel in the Azure Marketplace.
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Comprehensive cloud security

IronNet’s network detection and response solution driven by behavioral analytics enables you to see the truth in the network traffic. With the Microsoft Azure Sentinel integration, IronDefense can access cloud logs to detect and analyze threats and in combination with IronNet’s IronDome threat intelligence sharing platform, provides anonymous, correlated context that no single enterprise would have on its own.