Storage accounts play an important part in the overall solution architecture. Storage accounts can store important information, such as user PII data, business transactions, data, and more. It is of utmost importance that storage accounts are secure and only allow access to authorized users. The data stored is encrypted and transmitted using secure channels. The storage, as well as the users and client applications consuming the storage account and its data, play a crucial role in the overall security of the data. They should also keep data encrypted at all times. This also includes credentials and connection strings connecting to data stores.

Azure provides Role Based Access Control (RBAC) to govern who can manage Azure storage accounts. ...

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