Microsoft Azure Information Protection brings modern, cloud-based features to document classification and protection. In this course, you'll learn the basics of managing Azure Information Protection, including labels, policies, keys, and access.
Enforcing and applying data protection and classification are key components of a data governance strategy. Organizations are under increased pressure to ensure that sensitive information is labeled and secured properly, meeting stringent compliance regulations and protecting the privacy of customers and the organization itself. In this course, Managing Microsoft Azure Information Protection, you'll learn how to properly leverage the Azure Information Protection Service from Microsoft to meet these new requirements. First, you'll create and manage classifications using labels. Next, you’ll grant users access to labels and enforce settings. Finally, you'll delegate access and monitor the Azure Information Protection solution. By the end of this course, you'll be able to manage your Azure Information Protection environment effectively to make your organization more secure and protect your most valuable asset, information.
Ned Bellavance is an IT professional and Microsoft MVP with almost 20 years of experience in the industry. Passionate about technology, he is always looking to embrace future trends and share new discoveries with the community.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Ned Bellavance, and welcome to my course, Managing Microsoft Azure Information Protection. I am a Microsoft MVP in cloud and datacenter management. Microsoft's Azure Information Protection is a cloud-based solution bringing a modern approach to the classification and protection of information assets within your organization. In this course, you will learn about the features and functionality that exist within Azure Information Protection and how to manage the various resources and configurations found within the solution. We will be focusing on several topics within the course, including managing labels and policies, where we review some of the essential components of Azure Information Protection; managing tenant and user keys, including scenarios such as bring your own key; and controlling access and monitoring logs, especially features such as the super user role. By the end of this course, you will be able to manage your Azure Information Protection deployment effectively and use advanced features to improve document security, classification, and protection in your organization. Before beginning this course, you should have a basic understanding of using the Azure portal, some familiarity with PowerShell, and a desire to grow your Azure Information Protection knowledge. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn more about Azure Information Protection and some of the excellent features inside with the course, Managing Microsoft Azure Information Protection, on Pluralsight.