Azure & Security

Azure Datacenter

SysOps (System Operations) is one of the critical areas of Cloud Computing which helps in managing all the activities related to systems and operations.

CloudOps (Cloud Operations) is the formalization of best practices and procedures that allow managing the applications and data hosted on any of the cloud-based platforms effectively.

DBOps (Database Operations) is the formalization of best practices and procedures that allow managing various databases and the data hosted on any of the cloud-based platforms effectively.

We provide consulting, designing and implementation services in cloud infrastructure. This process involves lift and shift of support, database migration, designing, and implementation of container-based infrastructure. We provide L1, L2, L3 support for Linux, Windows-based infrastructure as well as Virtualization and IT Support. Remote Infrastructure Management is typically used to do it.
Our certified SysOps engineers having 8-10 years of experience who can manage windows and Linux based infrastructure. Our accredited CloudOps engineers having 5-7 years of experience who can handle Azure cloud platforms as well as help in migrating to any of the cloud platforms from their existing OnPrem platform. Our experienced DBOps engineers who can help in managing the database.

Microsoft 365

Effectively delivering IT services with minimal disruption of service to the business is complex. It requires accountability and responsibility to be assigned for all IT work, and these assignments must be clearly communicated and must be flexible enough to meet changing business needs. Using cloud-based services such as Office 365 reduces this complexity for the part of the service that is run by Microsoft, but at the same time it introduces the complexity of shared responsibility for delivery of the end-to-end service.

We are offering facilitates the creation of an effective and efficient IT work environment. Using Microsoft Operations Framework best practices and principles, we facilitate the assignment of the accountabilities and responsibilities required to successfully deliver Office 365 to your end users. We combine a series of workshops aimed at transferring knowledge about how to optimize accountability and responsibility assignments for effective and efficient execution.


At WESTECH IT, we implement Azure Sentinel (Microsoft’s Cloud Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) solution) to help keep our customers safe. Azure Sentinel is a relatively new Microsoft tool. We see attacks on our customer IT environments daily. We protect our customers against these attacks, we set up detection rules to monitor attacks, and finally, we automate responses as much as we can. This approach is based on the Project, Detect, and Respond phases of the NIST Cybersecurity framework.


We monitor the activities related to Azure Active Directory and Active Directory. Anomalies and malicious activities trigger alerts that get investigated.


Having access to endpoints (devices) provides access to data and sensitive information. We set up devices in such a way that even a stolen or hacked device is still protected against unwanted access. Potentially unwanted software, malware, and possible threats on devices all trigger alerts.

Apps & Data

Office 365 apps & data are monitored 24/7 for unusual activities, possible threats, policy violations, and anomalies from normal behavior.


All Azure workloads are monitored for possible threats because hackers sometimes do not go for (personal) accounts, but they go for resources (workloads). Monitoring Azure workloads and securing the resources is of crucial importance to keep your environment safe.

Azure Security Center

Azure Security Center is a unified infrastructure security management system that strengthens the security posture of your data centers and provides advanced threat protection across your hybrid workloads in the cloud – whether they’re in Azure or not – as well as on premises.

Azure Security Center addresses the three most urgent security challenges:

Rapidly changing workloads – It’s both a strength and a challenge of the cloud. On the one hand, end users are empowered to do more. On the other, how do you make sure that the ever-changing services people are using and creating are up to your security standards and follow security best practices?

Increasingly sophisticated attacks – Wherever you run your workloads, the attacks keep getting more sophisticated. You must secure your public cloud workloads, which are, in effect, an Internet facing workload that can leave you even more vulnerable if you don’t follow security best practices.

Security skills are in short supply – The number of security alerts and alerting systems far outnumbers the number of administrators with the necessary background and experience to make sure your environments are protected. Staying up to date with the latest attacks is a constant challenge, making it impossible to stay in place while the world of security is an ever-changing front.

To help you protect yourself against these challenges, Security Center provides you with the tools to:

Strengthen security posture

Security Center assesses your environment and enables you to understand the status of your resources, and whether they are secure.

Protect against threats

Security Center assesses your workloads and raises threat prevention recommendations and security alerts.

Get secure faster

In Security Center, everything is done in cloud speed. Because it is natively integrated, deployment of Security Center is easy, providing you with auto-provisioning and protection with Azure services.


Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based service that focuses on mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM). You control how your organization’s devices are used, including mobile phones, tablets, and laptops. You can also configure specific policies to control applications. For example, you can prevent emails from being sent to people outside your organization. Intune also allows people in your organization to use their personal devices for school or work. On personal devices, Intune helps make sure your organization data stays protected, and can isolate organization data from personal data.

With Intune, you can:

Choose to be 100% cloud with Intune or be co-managed with Configuration Manager and Intune.

Set rules and configure settings on personal and organization-owned devices to access data and networks.

Deploy and authenticate apps on devices — on-premises and mobile.

Protect your company information by controlling the way users’ access and share information.

Be sure devices and apps are compliant with your security requirements.

Security & Compliance

We help your Plan for security & compliance

Managing security and compliance is a partnership. You are responsible for protecting your data, identities, and devices, while Microsoft vigorously protects Microsoft 365 services. You can use Microsoft 365 and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) together to help you achieve the appropriate level of protection for your organization.

We help you to improve your Secure Score

Following the Secure Score recommendations can protect your organization from threats. From a centralized dashboard in the Microsoft 365 security center, organizations can monitor and work on the security of their Microsoft 365 identities, data, apps, devices, and infrastructure.

Secure Score helps organizations:

Report on the current state of the organization’s security posture. Improve their security posture by providing discoverability, visibility, guidance, and control. Compare with benchmarks and establish key performance indicators (KPIs).

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