Data Breach Prevention for Office 2013 and SharePoint 2013

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The demands on IT professionals and managers to prevent data loss is on the rise, as compliance officers and management prepare for the Privacy Amendment Bill which will come into effect in Australia in March 2014. It is more important than ever that IT pros have a framework for identifying data containing personal information as well as commercial secrets that are being kept, shared and collaborated on within Office 2013 and SharePoint 2013, and for embedding and enforcing proper IT controls for these platforms._x000D_ _x000D_ Join Elaine Van Bergen, Microsoft Certified Solution Master and Bacchus Van Loo, Compliance Specialist as they take key Australian and international laws and regulations and common internal data security policies and translate these for IT pros. Elaine and Bacchus will present a two-pronged framework for meeting these requirements metadata and permissions. Learn why SharePoint's managed metadata service (as well as embedded metatags) present an ideal solution for identifying and classifying personal and confidential data, and how user entered metadata (validated through automation) and SharePoint workflows can control visibility and distribution. Take away an advanced data loss prevention model that is capable of systematic, content-aware identification, validation of user entered metadata and corrective actions. Elaine and Bacchus will also cover SharePoint 2013 permissions features which help restrict access to personal or confidential information and how you can turbo-charge these features with proactive restrictions. _x000D_ _x000D_ At the conclusion of this session, you will have a solid understanding of what the key legislative, regulatory and internal requirements ask of IT and take away a framework against which you can evaluate your current Office 2013 and SharePoint 2013 deployment and fill the gaps to prevent data loss.





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Meeting Room 5&6

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