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However in the case of a simple web app I don't see the benefit of using environment variables which can be configured in the portal. I have not used Azure Key Vault, but it appears that the client application never actually sees the master key: When a SaaS application needs to perform cryptographic operations by using their customers’ keys, Key ...


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To add to Xander's answer, there are a few things to consider: Company policy IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS multi-tenancy Key management Current internal security posture Company policy Some companies are okay with *aaS, some companies say a certain level of PII is okay to store off-prem without encryption, or require encryption for a certain level, and say ...


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Given the current state of public cloud, I would argue that in many cases it is in fact more secure than on-premise storage. Granted I work for Microsoft, but my opinion both pre-dates my employment, and extends to competitors like Amazon and Google as well. Companies whose business models are built on data center operational expertise and excellence, are ...



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