Microsoft: How Microsoft EMS can support you in your journey to EU GDPR compliance – Part 6
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) strengthens the right of individuals in the European Union (EU) to control their personal data and requires organizations to bolster their privacy and data protection measures. Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) technologies may help you meet these new requirements. In the whitepaper “Beginning Your GDPR Journey,” we introduced five key use case scenarios relevant to data protection, where Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) technologies may provide critical support:
- How to provide persistent data protection on-premises and in the cloud
- How to grant and restrict access to data
- How to gain visibility and control of data in cloud apps
- How to protect data in mobile devices and applications
- How to detect data breaches before they cause damage
In this series of blogs, we have showcased the ability of Azure Information Protection (AIP) to provide persistent data protection both on-premises and in the cloud, reviewed the role of and Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) in granting and restricting access to data through risk-based conditional access controls, showed how Microsoft Cloud App Security gives you powerful visibility into, and control over, your data in SaaS applications, and we reviewed how Organizations that use Intune protect data at the device and app level with sophisticated access and control both on-premises and in the cloud.
Read the entire article here, How Microsoft EMS can support you in your journey to EU GDPR compliance – Part 6 – Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog
via the fine folks at Microsoft.