Review how Microsoft 365 locates, encrypts, and archives your data to comply with GDPR.
- [Instructor] In the next few videos I'll unpack the features of individual elements of Microsoft 365, and see what they can offer in respect to GDPR. As a package Microsoft 365 certainly offers a comprehensive solution, and one that should help you on your way to GDPR compliance. We mentioned earlier that you can use the tools, and functionality offered by Microsoft 365 to help you become, and remain GDPR compliant. There are 99 GDPR articles that you need to review, and, if appropriate, become compliant.
Whilst you explore the Microsoft 365 functionality I will include footnotes to highlight how Microsoft 365 can help you become compliant with specific GDPR principles, and articles that are applicable. Microsoft 365 comprises of three main products. Windows 10, Office 365, and Enterprise Mobility and Security, or EMS. Bundled with these three products are additional cloud services including Azure Active Directory, Advanced Threat Analytics, Intune, Azure Information Protection plus dozens of others.
You'll see how each of these tools offers the functionality to obtain, and then manage GDPR compliance.
- What is GDPR?
- Using Microsoft 365 for GDPR compliance
- Implementing Office 365 data loss prevention policies
- Securing data with Microsoft Cloud App Security
- Classifying data with Azure Information Protection
- Monitoring and managing data
- Monitoring regulatory compliance with Compliance Manager