Microsoft Information Protection – Unified Labeling for data protection and data privacy

 
German Advanced Security

Data protection and above all data security have been frequently discussed or is a deadly topic in every company, not only since the basic data protection regulation. The requirements for a uniform solution with labels, encryption and monitoring are clear at first glance, but are often overlooked in detail. Microsoft is currently merging its solutions in the area of Microsoft 365 and is eliminating parallels. The goal is a solution that protects a company's data regardless of device, platform, data format and storage location. The speaker will present the latest developments of Microsoft Ignite and the roadmap. These are supported by own case studies and many practical experiences, so that questions are cordially welcome.

Speaker

Raphael Koellner

MVP Office Apps and Services, Windows Insider MVP, Podcaster, Speaker, Community-Guy, Mr. Cloudlaw

RAPHAEL KÖLLNER Lead Consultant devoteam alegri GmbH Raphael Koellner combining the law and the information technology in particular the cloud computing. He worked for universities, Microsoft Germany (DX), Microsoft Partner as consultant. As a Lead consultant for Devoteam Alegri GmbH he worked for huge international companies to migrate and implementate cloud solutions on a technical and a contract/law way. Since 2019 Raphael Köllner is Microsoft Regional Director. He is the community guy, MVP for Office Server & Services, Windows 10 Insider MVP, MCT, Microsoft Student Partner Evangelist and become an attorney in Europe. He is the lead of the Office 365 Usergroup Germany, the Office 365 DACH, Leader of the Office 365 conference Germany, the SharePoint Saturday Cologne and one of 30 Windows 10 Top Insiders. In this connection he leads the biggest Windows 10 Insider Community in Germany.

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