IGNITE WEBCAST – Data Loss Prevention in Exchange 2013


Data loss/leak prevention solution is a system that is designed to detect potential data breach / data ex-filtration transmissions and prevent them by monitoring, detecting & blocking sensitive data while in-use (endpoint actions), in-motion (network traffic), and at-rest (data storage). In data leakage incidents, sensitive data is disclosed to unauthorized personnel either by malicious intent or inadvertent mistake. Such sensitive data can come in the form of private or company information, intellectual property (IP), financial or patient information, credit-card data, and other information depending on the business and the industry.

The terms "data loss" and "data leak" are closely related and are often used interchangeably, though they are somewhat different. Data loss incidents turn into data leak incidents in cases where media containing sensitive information is lost and subsequently acquired by unauthorized party. However, a data leak is possible without the data being lost in the originating side. Some other terms associated with Data Leakage Prevention are Information Leak Detection and Prevention (IDLP), Information Leak Prevention (ILP), Content Monitoring and Filtering (CMF), Information Protection and Control (IPC), and Extrusion Prevention System (EPS), as opposed to intrusion prevention system.

Microsoft hosts Ignite Webcasts, online technical sessions hosted by Microsoft Office 365 Product Managers, Engineers and Support Staff. The Ignite sessions are geared to those that want in-depth technical training on the NEW Exchange, Office and Office 365.

Topics covered range from new capabilities, design, deployment and management considerations for these technologies.

The great thing about attending an Ignite session, is that there is an opportunity to interact and learn from your peers at Microsoft

Event takes place Thursday the 11th of July @ 9.00am (Pacific Time)

To register, click here Ignite Webcast – Data Loss Prevention in Exchange 2013

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