i have a flow that currently send data as a json file to an Azure Blob storage located on a different azure tenant. To connect to the blob storage i was given an access key which enabled me store json files in the blob storage. i also use a service bus to trigger a webjob that a file has been added to the blob storage.
This works okay, The only issue is that the security team seem to think that the mode of transfer is not encrypted as the access key is just a securestring(in the blob connector), and also in trying to connect to the storage account in a different tenant it may have to go through the internet. if it does transfer through the internet, they believe the transfer should be encrypted.
Azure blob storage don't offer a mean to using encrypted keys.
Now, i'm not flow handles security, was wandering if anyone understood how security in flow works, and maybe some assurance that what i'm doing is also secure.
or any other ideas to transfer data through an encrypted channel would be grand
You could enable secure inputs and secure outputs.
This can be enabled by clicking the 3 dots on the action,
than click settings,
now enable secure inputs / or outputs. Depending on your situation.
Here is a great blog explaining this:
If you are using Https, than there is added security already. But you could also add a token to the Request as well.
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