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Microsoft Information Protection Administrator (SC-400T00)

SS Course: GK821305

Course Overview

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This course focuses on data governance and information protection within your organization. The course covers implementation of data loss prevention policies, sensitive information types, sensitivity labels, data retention policies and Microsoft Purview message encryption among other related topics. The course helps learners prepare for the Microsoft Information Protection Administrator exam (SC-400).

One Microsoft exam voucher included with class.

                                                                  

Scheduled Classes

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02/06/23 - GVT - Virtual Classroom - Virtual Instructor-Led

Outline

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Module 1: Introduction to information protection and data lifecycle management in Microsoft Purview

  • 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.

Module 2: Prevent data loss

  • Explain the importance of data loss prevention technologies
  • Identify the methods of data loss prevention
  • Assess and define data sensitivity
  • Apply Microsoft data loss prevention technologies

Module 3: Classify data for protection and governance

  • List the components of the Data Classification solution.
  • Identify the cards available on the Data Classification overview tab.
  • Explain the Content explorer and Activity explorer.
  • Describe how to use sensitive information types and trainable classifiers.

Module 4: Create and manage sensitive information types

  • 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 diction

Module 5: Understand Microsoft 365 encryption

  • 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.

Module 6: Deploy Microsoft Purview Message Encryption

  • Configure Microsoft Purview Message Encryption for end users
  • Implement Microsoft Purview Advanced Message Encryption

Module 7: Protect information in Microsoft Purview

  • Discuss the information protection solution and its benefits.
  • List the customer scenarios the information protection solution addresses.
  • Describe the information protection configuration process.
  • Explain what users will experience when the solution is implemented.
  • Articulate deployment and adoption best practices.

Module 8: Apply and manage sensitivity labels

  • Apply sensitivity labels to Microsoft Teams, Microsoft 365 groups, and SharePoint sites.
  • Monitor label usage using label analytics.
  • Configure on-premises labeling.
  • Manage protection settings and marking for applied sensitivity labels.
  • Apply protections and restrictions to email.
  • Apply protections and restrictions to files.

Module 9: Prevent data loss in Microsoft Purview

  • Discuss the data loss prevention solution and its benefits.
  • Describe the data loss prevention configuration process.
  • Explain what users will experience when the solution is implemented.

Module 10: Configure DLP policies for Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps and Power Platform

  • Describe the integration of DLP with Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps.
  • Configure policies in Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps.

Module 11: Manage data loss prevention policies and reports in Microsoft 365

  • Review and analyze DLP reports.
  • Manage permissions for DLP reports.
  • Identify and mitigate DLP policy violations.
  • Mitigate DLP violations in Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps.

Module 12: Manage the data lifecycle in Microsoft Purview

  • Discuss the Data Lifecycle Management solution and its benefits.
  • List the customer scenarios the Data Lifecycle Management solution addresses.
  • Describe the Data Lifecycle Management configuration process.
  • Explain what users will experience when the solution is implemented.
  • Articulate deployment and adoption best practices.

Module 13: Manage data retention in Microsoft 365 workloads

  • Describe the retention features in Microsoft 365 workloads.
  • Configure retention settings in Microsoft Teams, Yammer, and SharePoint Online.
  • Recover content protected by retention settings.
  • Regain protected items from Exchange Mailboxes.

Module 14: Manage records in Microsoft Purview

  • Discuss the Microsoft Purview Records Management solution and its benefits.
  • List the customer scenarios the Microsoft Purview Records Management solution addresses.
  • Describe the Microsoft Purview Records Management configuration process.
  • Explain what users will experience when the solution is implemented.
  • Articulate deployment and adoption best practices.

    Prerequisites

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    Before attending this course, students should have:

    • Foundational knowledge of Microsoft security and compliance technologies.
    • Basic knowledge of information protection concepts.
    • Understanding of cloud computing concepts.
    • Understanding of Microsoft 365 products and services.

      Who Should Attend

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      The Information Protection Administrator plans and implements controls that meet organizational compliance needs. This person is responsible for translating requirements and compliance controls into technical implementation. They assist organizational control owners to become and stay compliant. They work with information technology (IT) personnel, business application owners, human resources, and legal stakeholders to implement technology that supports policies and controls necessary to sufficiently address regulatory requirements for their organization. They also work with the compliance and security leadership such as a Chief Compliance Officer and Security Officer to evaluate the full breadth of associated enterprise risk and partner to develop those policies. This person defines applicable requirements and tests IT processes and operations against those policies and controls. They are responsible for creating policies and rules for content classification, data loss prevention, governance, and protection.