We’ve gotten several cases asking about General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) recently; we know it’s top of mind for many of you. In this post, we share many documentation links to help you navigate Intune and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) GDPR compliance.
As of May 25, 2018 many organizations are required to be GDPR Compliant. GDPR is the European Union’s regulation to ensure individuals have the right to control the processing of their personal data including but not limited to correcting their data, requesting to receive their data, or requesting to have all their personal data erased. GDPR also has additional requirements for companies around how they collect, store and use personal information.
Microsoft is encouraging its customers to use the EMS suite to help their organizations in their GDPR compliance journey. Microsoft announced all cloud services will comply with GDPR by May 25, 2018 and we have backed this up with our contractual commitments to customers. We have provided links to resources to help you further understand GDPR requirements, its impact and how Microsoft Intune works in compliance with these regulations.
- GDPR law from European Commission site
- Microsoft Trust Center
- Intune Privacy and Data Protection whitepaper
- Privacy and personal data in Intune
- Azure Data Subject Requests (DCRs) Guide
- Sample PowerShell script to export all Data in Intune related to a user
- Beginning your GDPR Journey with Microsoft Cloud
- Supporting Your EU GDPR Compliance Journey (EMS and GDPR whitepaper)
Previous announcements and blogs
- Accelerate your GDPR compliance with the Microsoft
- Get GDPR Compliant with the Microsoft Cloud
- Commitments from Microsoft to our customers
- GDPR How-to: Get organized and implement the right processes
- GDPR Questions? Azure has answers.
- Azure Information Protection: Regulations and compliance
- Watch on-demand Microsoft’s webcast about GDPR and Microsoft’s commitment