No threat detections are set

Explanation

SQL Server can alert for security issues including SQL Injection, vulnerabilities, access anomalies and data exfiltration. Ensure none of these are disabled to benefit from the best protection

Possible Impact

Disabling threat alerts means you are not getting the full benefit of server security protection

Suggested Resolution

Use all provided threat alerts

Insecure Example

The following example will fail the azure-mssql-all-threat-alerts-enabled check.

resource "azurerm_mssql_server_security_alert_policy" "bad_example" {
  resource_group_name        = azurerm_resource_group.example.name
  server_name                = azurerm_sql_server.example.name
  state                      = "Enabled"
  storage_endpoint           = azurerm_storage_account.example.primary_blob_endpoint
  storage_account_access_key = azurerm_storage_account.example.primary_access_key
  disabled_alerts = [
    "Sql_Injection",
    "Data_Exfiltration"
  ]
  retention_days = 20
}

Secure Example

The following example will pass the azure-mssql-all-threat-alerts-enabled check.

resource "azurerm_mssql_server_security_alert_policy" "good_example" {
  resource_group_name        = azurerm_resource_group.example.name
  server_name                = azurerm_sql_server.example.name
  state                      = "Enabled"
  storage_endpoint           = azurerm_storage_account.example.primary_blob_endpoint
  storage_account_access_key = azurerm_storage_account.example.primary_access_key
  disabled_alerts = []
  retention_days = 20
}

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