Microsoft Information Protection – Ignite 2019 recap

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Ignite 2019 is now over and it was a great event and the biggest one for Microsoft Information Protection this year. As Microsoft Information Protection is a solution for consistent labeling across all Microsoft 365 platform, we have many partners that collaborate and announce their investments and releases. This year we had major announcements from Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance, Office 365, SharePoint, Azure Information Protection, PowerBI and many more.

Here is a short recap and references to all the great updates that was announced for Microsoft Information Protection during Ignite 2019.


TL; DR – Announcement list:

Want to use and test all the great capabilities that has just been announced and are available to the public? Verify that you manage your sensitivity labels in Office 365 Security and Compliance center. If not, migrate them now from Azure Information Protection blade in Azure Portal to Office 365 Security and Compliance center. Read the "Unified Labeling explained blog" for more guidance.



Understanding the latest Microsoft Information Protection capabilities:




Protecting sensitive information in Office apps and Office 365 services manually and automatically, for data at rest or at creation: A deeper look at the latest enhancements.





SharePoint announcements on sensitivity labels integration




Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance – Know your data





Azure Information Protection - Roadmap overview, Unified labeling migration and navigating unified labeling, policy configuration, clients, and analytics




PowerBI Data Protection:




PDF consumption support by the new Microsoft Edge




Office 365 DLP updates and support for sensitivity labels




Exchange Online Information Protection capabilities overview and updates



Microsoft Information Protection SDK and ISV’s updates:


Best practice and deployment guidance sessions


If you have questions or want to follow up on the latest updates from Microsoft Information Protection, please review these resources:


- The Microsoft Information Protection CxE team

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