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Whitelisting in Azure Functions

Feb 08, 2018

There are many techniques for locking down your applications to prevent unwelcomed visitors. It is always important to implement layered security controls using as many techniques as you can. One method of locking down a site is to whitelist who can access it. 

View the full article on LinkedIn at:

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/whitelisting-azure-functions-mike-douglas/



Category: Azure

Mike Douglas

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He is a solution consultant focused on helping organization build high quality application effectively utilizing DevOps practices. He is a Microsoft DevOps / ALM Ranger and you can reach him on Twitter at @mikedouglasdev


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