Cloudneeti Launches Cybersecurity and Governance Assessments for Microsoft Azure Workloads

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “CLOUDNEETI, an ISV unit of Avyan Corp, announced today that it has launched two assessments – (1) Cloud Workload Cybersecurity Assessment and (2) Cloud Governance Assessment, both are 3-weeks, fixed price, fixed scope service offering for Microsoft Azure workloads. Through this marketplace offering, Cloudneeti offers the best-in-class cybersecurity and Governance assessment coverage for your Microsoft cloud workloads. ‘Microsoft Azure helps Cloudneeti deliver solutions that allow customers to focus more on their business and less on managing servers. Cloudneeti’s Cloud Workload Cybersecurity Assessment offering helps Organizations baseline their Cloud Security Posture, especially critical for the industries with regulated workloads. It allows customers to take advantage of the flexibility and enterprise-grade reliability that Microsoft Azure provides,’ said Hector Rodriguez, Worldwide Chief Information Security Officer for Health Industry at Microsoft Corp.”

The release goes on, “Digital business transformation is changing the way businesses around the globe engage, interact, and sell to its potential and existing customers. Applications built on new cloud infrastructures, like their predecessors, require security and compliance validation. A breach could compromise business data or damage their brand or reputation. Cloudneeti’s Cloud Governance Assessment provides a cloud expert review and advice to organizations on decision-making processes, criteria, and policies involved in the planning, architecture. Cloudneeti’s Cloud Workload Cybersecurity assessment helps organizations discover, govern, and enforce security and compliance policies for Microsoft Azure and O365.”

Read more at Newswire.

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