Protecting your data from exposure and making sure it is used in the appropriate way is vital for any organization. In this course, Microsoft Information Protection: Implementing Data Loss Prevention, you’ll learn to work with Microsoft Data Loss Prevention (DLP) technologies that will help you protect your data from unintended exposure. First, you’ll explore what is meant by DLP and how a typical organization would use DLP. Next, you’ll discover how to implement DLP before looking at Microsoft Endpoint data loss prevention. Finally, you’ll learn how to implement Microsoft Cloud App Security before looking at how to monitor your DLP implementation. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Microsoft Data Loss Prevention needed to become an effective member of a data security team and will have covered the necessary material for the DLP section of the SC-400 Microsoft Information Protection Administrator certification exam.
I have worked in IT for 25 years, for 22 of those years I have delivered IT Training. I have delivered Microsoft, CISCO and Amazon Web Services courses across Europe. For the last 4 years I have focused on Cloud technologies delivering cloud training to some of Europe’s biggest organizations
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hi everyone. My name is Mike Brown and welcome to my course Microsoft Information protection, implementing data loss prevention. I am a senior cloud instructor firebrand training here in the UK. Controlling access to sensitive data is important for all businesses. We have an increasing amount of data stored in an increasing number of data stores that we must protect. In this course we are going to discuss how we can use Microsoft date of prevention to help us protect our sensitive data. Some of the major topics that will cover include implementing and managing mix of data loss prevention policies, implementing the managing Microsoft Endpoint Protection, implementing and managing Microsoft cloud up, security and monitoring of each of these technologies. By the end of this course you'll be comfortable working with Microsoft debt of prevention to protect your Microsoft 365 applications, Windows, endpoints and third party applications. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with Microsoft compliance offerings and any familiarity with Manchester. Azure AD would be a bonus from here. You should feel comfortable diving to make some compliance with courses on information protection, information governance and Microsoft 365 Information protection technologies. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Microsoft Data loss prevention with the Microsoft Information protection, implementing data loss prevention costs at Pluralsight mhm