Contribute to CIS Security Benchmark for Microsoft Azure

Contributing to CIS Security Benchmark for Kubernetes is easy

Call for Participation - CIS Security Benchmark for Microsoft Azure

The Center for Internet Security (CIS) is a non-profit entity that harnesses the power of a global IT community to safeguard private and public organizations against cyber threats. With Cavirin in authorship role, and various other community participants, CIS is in the process of creating a Security Benchmarks for Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform. Security benchmark creation is the FIRST major milestone in standardizing your security posture against an industry defined standard. Your involvement in achieving this milestone is critical.

The CIS Azure Benchmark community is actively looking for experienced IT professionals and the global community to contribute to this security framework. If you have security experience on Azure or deep Azure platform understanding, the project could benefit from your experience. For your contribution, you are publicly acknowledged at the time of benchmark release!!!

It's easy to participate, just follow the steps below.  Contact Pravin Goyal,, if you have any questions.  Mr. Goyal is one of the authors of the upcoming Benchmark.
  Go to and complete registration process.
CIS Workbench Registration
  Once your membership is activated, login to  https://workbench.cisecurity.
Login to CIS WorkBench
  Click on "Click here to begin exploring Communities"
CIS WorkBench - Begin Exploring Communities
  Search and Join the Azure community project.
Join the Kubernetes Community
  Once you join the community, go to page. You should see “CIS Microsoft Azure Benchmarks” there. Click on it and then start contributing. You could review the current recommendations, propose new ones, file a bug ticket, open a discussion thread and participate in the community meetings and activities.

Thanks a lot for your contribution. If you have any queries, write to us at

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