Key Vault

Official Documentation

Service Description

Encryption is a proven means of securing data in the cloud. Secure management of the keys used is essential to effectively protecting data in the cloud. With Key Vault, keys and secret keys such as passwords can be encrypted using keys that are stored in HSMs (hardware security modules). Additional security is ensured if user keys are imported or generated in HSMs that are certified for FIPS 140-2 Level 2 and Common Criteria EAL4+.

This way, the keys do not leave the HSM system. With Key Vault, keys are invisible to Microsoft and cannot be extracted.

Getting Started

  1. Azure Key Vault with Amit Bapat
    10/1/2015, Video, 0:17:36
  2. Introduction to Microsoft Azure Key Vault
    8/25/2015, Video, 1:16:24
  3. Azure208x - Azure Security and Compliance
    5/31/2017, Mva
  4. Encryption and key management with Azure Key Vault
    9/28/2015, Video, 0:36:39
  5. Azure Key Vault
    10/11/2016, Video, 0:12:25
  6. Protect your data using Azure's encryption capabilities and key management
    9/28/2016, Video, 1:25:09



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Azure Documentation

1. Overview
     1.1. What is Key Vault?
     1.2. Service overview
2. Get started
     2.1. Get started with Key Vault
     2.2. Set up key rotation and auditing
     2.3. Use Key Vault from a web app
3. How to
     3.1. Develop
          3.1.1. Developer quick start video
          3.1.2. Key Vault developer's guide
          3.1.3. Service limits
          3.1.4. HSM-protected keys
          3.1.5. Migrate to .NET 2.0
          3.1.6. Overviews
               3.1.6.1. Security worlds
               3.1.6.2. Soft-delete
               3.1.6.3. Storage account keys
               3.1.6.4. Throttling
     3.2. Manage
          3.2.1. Azure Key Vault logging
          3.2.2. Access behind firewalls
          3.2.3. Availability and redundancy
          3.2.4. Change tenant ID
          3.2.5. Create and manage using Azure CLI
          3.2.6. How to use Key Vault soft-delete with CLI
          3.2.7. How to use Key Vault soft-delete Azure PowerShell
          3.2.8. Use groups to grant access
          3.2.9. Secure your key vault
     3.3. Automate
          3.3.1. Azure automation
4. Reference
     4.1. Code samples
     4.2. Azure PowerShell
     4.3. Azure CLI
     4.4. .NET
     4.5. Java
     4.6. Node.js
          4.6.1. Vault management
          4.6.2. Vault contents management
     4.7. REST
5. Related
     5.1. Azure Active Directory
     5.2. Azure Rights Management
     5.3. Extensible key management using Key Vault
     5.4. Multi-Factor Authentication
6. Resources
     6.1. About keys, secrets, and certificates
     6.2. Azure Roadmap
     6.3. Blog
     6.4. Code Samples
     6.5. Forums
     6.6. Pricing
     6.7. Pricing calculator

Web Content

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Online Training Content

Date Title
5/31/2017 Azure208x - Azure Security and Compliance
2/25/2017 Microsoft Azure for IT Pros Content Series: Management & Security
7/16/2015 Getting Started with Azure Security for the IT Professional

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Videos

Date Title Length
8/28/2017 TDE with Bring Your Own Key Support in Azure SQL DB and DW 0:19:34
3/31/2017 Building a Secure and Compliant app on Azure Government 1:11:30
2/10/2017 Using Azure Key Vault for Encrypting and Securing your Cloud Workloads 1:09:44
10/11/2016 Azure Key Vault 0:12:25
9/28/2016 Protect your data using Azure's encryption capabilities and key management 1:25:09
3/31/2016 Managing Secrets for Azure Apps 0:49:23
11/27/2015 Was gehen mich Datenschutz & Datensicherheit in der Cloud an? 1:04:30
11/27/2015 Bring your own key für Azure RMS und Azure Key Vault 1:02:58
10/1/2015 Azure Key Vault with Amit Bapat 0:17:36
9/28/2015 Encryption and key management with Azure Key Vault 0:36:39

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