It has been a while since I last wrote about the Azure Information Protection Scanner. I still love the functionality,
On March 29th I had the pleasure to present at the Powerplatform Summit in Amsterdam. My subject, hardly surprising I guess, was on security and compliance and the Powerplatform.
Sometimes it’s best if your (guest)users cannot download the files from a SharePoint Online site. For this blog I use Microsoft Cloud App Security and Azure AD’s conditional access rules to prevent any download of documents.
On Friday 15th 2019 I was honored to speak at the North American Collaboration Summit. My session was on using Azure Information Protection and SharePoint (either on-premises or in the cloud) together.
Protect your sensitive content on the endpoint using Windows Information Protection.
Getting insights into sensitive information on Windows 10 machines is possible. It requires some work and licenses though.
Configuring your AzureIP Scanners became much easier with the new (preview) client and (preview) portal functions.
Connect to the Secure Graph is made very easy when using Microsoft Flow.
The new site-designs option allows your site-administrators to easily modify their sites based on tenant-wide settings. Check it out.
On Thursday the 6th of December 2018 I had the pleasure to co-host a session with Ben Menesi. The session included an OAuth consent scenario. Let’s take a look.