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Azure Windws 2016 Virtual Machine Security

Hi

I have a Windows 2016 Server running on my Azure account. I want to add a good level of security to it.
According to the following article https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/security/azure-security-antimalware
it already has Windows Defender software on it. I am not sure where to find this. Is it in my Network
Security Group?
The article also says that the "Azure VM Antimalware extension" can be added. How do I do this. I tried
to create a resource in Azure but couldn't see it.

Any other suggestions on how to bolster my VM security would be greatly appreciated


Thanks
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