New Data Security and Information Protection Features are coming


TechEd Europe 2013 Madrid #tee13, there were many sessions about Data Protection and Information Protection. When you didn’t have time to see these sessions, here are the links.
I hope, somebody remember my session at the “ShareConf Düsseldorf” and “SharePoint Konferenz Wien” where I talked about the data and information protections features out-of-the-box with the 2013 products.
The story is not ending…

My very great favorites are:

Information Protection in 2013: Hybrid RMS, Generic Protection, and iOS/Android/WinRT Support

with Dan Plastina (Group Program Manager, Active Directory – Information Protection Team –

The Session description:
Microsoft offers Active Directory Rights Management Service (ADRMS) in Windows Server today. Windows Azure Active Directory Rights Management is a new service from Microsoft that is tightly integrated with Microsoft Office and Office 365. These two services combine to support layered information protection offers such as: Office, Exchange DLP, File Classification, SharePoint Secure Libraries, and more. These offers support seven platforms with mobile applications, offer generic protection of all file types, business-to-business secure collaboration, and the ability to quickly deploy information protection services on-premises by leveraging cloud infrastructure. This hybrid offer enables HSM-based key storage, secure B2B collaboration, and enables your organization to maintain their documents on-premise if so desired! This first of two talks covers Microsoft’s overall information protection offer as well as recent advances.

There are two parts

Part 1


Part 2

And then these others sessions:

Secure Anywhere Access to Corporate Resources Such as Windows Server Work Folders Using ADFS

The increasingly popular trends of BYOD (bring your own device) and work from anywhere expose corporate IT resources to greater risk and drive the need to provide more secure, native device experiences that simultaneously enhance end user productivity. Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) in Windows Server is designed to enable end users to securely access corporate resources from devices of their choice while connected from inside or outside your corporate network. Learn how to manage risk by leveraging new ADFS capabilities such as network location awareness, device authentication, and multi-factor authentication with Windows Server Work Folders to allow information workers to have secure access to their corporate file services on any device from any location.

Active Directory Enables User Productivity and IT Risk Management Strategies Across a Variety of Devices

Trends such as Choose Your Own Device and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) are becoming increasingly popular in the industry. Companies want to empower their users and make them more productive, even as they strive to improve their risk management strategies when dealing with a variety of heterogeneous devices accessing enterprise resources. Come and participate in this session which showcases the investments in Active Directory, centered on supporting a variety of devices in your company. This session provides a glimpse into the key capabilities in Active Directory which provide value to both your IT as well as end users. With capabilities such as work from anywhere, single sign-on, multi-factor access control and multi-factor authentication, Active Directory provides a complete identity stack for end user productivity as well as IT risk management.

Using Dynamic Access Control and Rights Management for Information Protection

You’ve heard about DAC, but wondered exactly what it is and how it works? Heard the term claims-based access but not sure what that means? In this demo-oriented session we answer these questions and more! Windows Server 2012 provides an incredibly powerful information protection solution for users and devices. Come along and see how you can leverage it!


Have fun to see these sessions or presentations and learn how you can protect your data!


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