The information protection administrator translates an organization’s risk and compliance requirements into technical implementation. They are responsible for implementing and managing solutions for content classification, data loss prevention (DLP), information protection, data lifecycle management, records management, privacy, risk, and compliance. They also work with other roles that are responsible for governance, data, and security to evaluate and develop policies to address an organization's risk reduction and compliance goals. This role assists workload administrators, business application owners, human resources departments, and legal stakeholders to implement technology solutions that support the necessary policies and controls.
Discuss information protection and data lifecycle management and why it's important.
Describe Microsoft's approach to information protection and data lifecycle management.
Define key terms associated with Microsoft's information protection and data lifecycle management solutions.
Identify the solutions that comprise information and data lifecycle management in Microsoft Purview.
List the components of the Data Classification solution
Explain the Content explorer and Activity explorer
Recognize the difference between built-in and custom sensitivity labels
Configure sensitive information types with exact data match-based classification
Implement document fingerprinting
Create custom keyword dictionaries
Explain how encryption mitigates the risk of unauthorized data disclosure.
Describe Microsoft data-at-rest and data-in-transit encryption solutions.
Explain how Microsoft 365 implements service encryption to protect customer data at the application layer.
Understand the differences between Microsoft managed keys and customer managed keys for use with service encryption.
Configure Microsoft Purview Message Encryption for end users
Implement Microsoft Purview Advanced Message Encryption
Learn how to protect information in your Microsoft 365 deployment. This course focuses on data lifecycle management and information protection and compliance within your organization. The course covers implementation of data loss prevention policies, sensitive information types, sensitivity labels, data retention policies, Microsoft Purview Message Encryption, audit, eDiscovery, and insider risk among other related topics. The course helps learners prepare for the Microsoft Information Protection Administrator exam (SC-400).
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