Microsoft recently acquired CloudKnox Security as a multi-cloud security product to help businesses provide “Fort Knox” type security beyond just Azure itself.  Microsoft has some informative FAQ links as noted below on future developments on future Azure & other cloud  systems support

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Microsoft Outlines CloudKnox Multicloud Security Product Plans — Redmondmag.com

CloudKnox acquisition: what’s available now and what’s coming soon – Microsoft Tech Community

Microsoft acquires CloudKnox Security to offer unified privileged access and cloud entitlement management – The Official Microsoft Blog

It’s been a couple of months since we announced the acquisition of CloudKnox Security and our teams have been hard at work integrating the CloudKnox technology. I am thrilled to see the excitement and the interest this news has generated. Many of you have reached out with questions so I’ll share an update on our progress and answer some of these questions.

I’m a current CloudKnox customer. Can I keep using the product?

Is it possible to try out and/or buy the CloudKnox product now?

Now that CloudKnox is part of Microsoft, does that mean it will only support Microsoft Azure and no longer be multi-cloud?

What’s next for CloudKnox?

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