Export to CSV
Interested in generating reports on recommendations or security alerts in Security Center? If you could export this data to a CSV, you could create your own reports in Excel or PowerBI to share with others within in organization. Vote for this idea if you would export Security Center data to a CSV.
We’ll watch interest. Let us know what tools you prefer to use for reporting – Excel, PowerBI, other? What reports would you be most interested in?
Sarah Fender, Program Manager
Azure Security Center
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Yoav Francis commented
Happy to announce that CSV reports are now supported and available as Public Preview in Security Center: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/security-center/continuous-export#manual-one-time-export-of-security-alerts
Would love to hear your comments and feedback on this.
Yoav Francis, Senior Program Manager,
Azure Security Center.
Exported reports would be helpful in the following formats:
+1 to add export functionality at least in CSV which should be consumable by most tools.
Mariano Lopez commented
Can you already export Security Center to an Excel?
I'd like a REST API endpoint to extract recommendations/findings. Compliance reporting takes place through other software solutions and we need ability to ingest data into those systems.
Vinodkumar Wagh commented
My organization has around 2k servers on Azure and it will be really helpful if I get this export option in ASC recommendations. To be honest it should have been there by default as it is recommending me to install these patches it should give me report so that I can prepare dashboard using PowerBI and then work accordingly.
It will be super helpful if you introduce this feature ASAP.
Al Walderman commented
Export all to CSV via API or Portal would be awesome. Managing things like security remediations would be much easier for enterprises where multiple divisions will not have access to ASC.
i would like this feature. Needs to be in a format where supplemental data can be added (like who's been contacted, current status, etc) so excel would be ideal
Please provide Export to Excel, Power BI etc. Please bring back https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/analyze-your-azure-security-center-data-with-power-bi/
Executive sponsors are paying for the environment, however we can't export the major concern of security vulnerabilities to them
Shahab Mushtaq commented
Looking for this option as well
Joe Grill commented
CSV is the best option. Portability and flexibility.
Subodh Patil commented
Excel is recommended.
Excel would be good.
Sarika Sharma commented
Excel would be good.
excel due to it portability. PowerBi would be nice, as well.
I would like to alert clients of every alert on the overview dashboard without having to browse via the portal.
I wish there is a way to export these results to csv now to import into PowerBI desktop!
Art Star commented
Export to Excel is probably the best choice.
Manav Singh commented
I will suggest you to use PowerBi cause it has export to CSV option. So it will be great to use it.
Security is very essential in era of hacking. I thing azure is doing great job at doing it.