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Modern collaboration allows to use shared resources and to give access to external users from other organizations. See how this works for shared Microsoft Azure subscriptions here!
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When creating a new Azure subscription, the Azure Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) permissions must be defined for users to be able to work with the subscription. But, Office 365 Admins can get permissions automatically – if you define it as here!
Unter dem Motto #TrustInTech laden die Gastgeber Trans4mation, atwork und Microsoft Deutschland sowie DriveLock zu einem Informationstag rund um die neuesten Technologien und Trends im Bereich Daten- und Informationssicherheit.
So, you’re in the process of planning your GDPR compliance? We’ve got your back with this short summary and our offers to support!
In the Easter week, we joined the Microsoft Tech Summit Amsterdam. The event took place at RAI Amsterdam from March 28-29, 2018. See some impressions here.
When an automated task or an app needs to access data from Office 365, you need to create an app in the tenant’s Azure Active Directory (AAD). For having full control, e.g. for deleting objects in AAD, a so called Service Principal Name (SPN) can be used. That is similar to a Global Admin in Office 365, but just for apps and usually with a predefined expiration date. Which is good. Or?
Due to the coming GDPR regulation in May 2018 many customers are working very actively towards this date and check their compliance and security environment. Many requests arise around Azure Information protection which gives customers the ability to classify and protect their data in an easy, reproducible way. Data classification helps users to differentiate between data that can be shared outside an organization and data that is classified or NDA information. Many statistics show that less than 5% of all data from an organization are in that high classification range.
Azure Information protection helps you classify and protect that type of data. One of the main questions here is: how is that handled with external or guest users? What is the user experience for an external user and how can he open those protected messages (Mails or Documents). The user experience is demonstrated below.
As of today, many organizations use various Microsoft Azure services. SQL Azure databases are popular among them. Often, IT Administrators want to allow departments or vendors full access to just one specific SQL Azure database and to restrict their access to other resources. See here how this works.
In many scenarios, public cloud services allow a high grade of elasticity, flexibility and cost effectiveness combined with standardization. On the other hand, every customer needs to build trust to the desired platform and that all his services and data are protected against any attacks. So, it’s very interesting to see, what kind of mechanisms the large cloud providers as Microsoft are using to keep data safe and how they detect attacks and what countermeasures they execute.
atwork organisierte einen GDPR-Workshop, der diese Woche bei Microsoft in Wien stattgefunden hat. Als kompetenten Partner aus der Wirtschaftsprüfung und Steuerberatung konnten wir Philipp Mattes von Grant Thornton gewinnen, der den ersten Teil präsentierte. Unsere Security Expertin Martina Grom informierte in Teil Zwei über die technischen Möglichkeiten mit den Microsoft Cloud Services. Sehen Sie hier eine Nachlese.