2.2.3 Ensure that Auto provisioning of 'Microsoft Defender for Containers components' is Set to 'On'

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Enable automatic provisioning of the Microsoft Defender for Containers components.


As with any compute resource, Container environments require hardening and run-time protection to ensure safe operations and detection of threats and vulnerabilities.


Microsoft Defender for Containers will require additional licensing.


From Azure Portal

From Azure Home select the Portal Menu

Select Microsoft Defender for Cloud

Then Environment Settings

Select a subscription

Then Auto Provisioning in the left column.

Set Microsoft Defender for Containers components to On

Default Value:

By default, Microsoft Defender for Containers is disabled. If Defender for Containers is enabled from the Microsoft Defender for Cloud portal, auto provisioning will be enabled.

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