Note: SC-400 will move from 2 days to 3 days from July 15, 2022.
Microsoft Information Protection Administrator training is a career-defining course intended for all IT personnel. The professional will plan and implement measures to meet a firm's compliance needs on learning this course. This course offers some skills by which professionals will translate the requirements and the compliances for IT implementation.
During the continuation of this course, professionals will learn how to implement information protection. Professionals will find out ways for data loss prevention. After completing the course, professionals will learn about the best practices to test all the IT processes and check whether they are as per the compliances.
At the end of the SC-400: Microsoft Information Protection Administrator course, professionals will establish themself as information protection administrators, risk practitioners, and security engineers.
This training is designed based on the objectives of the course variant SC-400T00-A.
Prerequisites for this training
Foundational knowledge of Microsoft security and compliance technologies.
Basic knowledge of information protection concepts.
Understanding of cloud computing concepts.
Understanding of Microsoft 365 products and services.
Who should attend this course?
Data Protection Professionals who focus on Data loss prevention, Data privacy, and Data retention.
The Information Protection Administrator plans and implements controls that meet organizational compliance needs. This person is responsible for translating requirements and compliance controls into technical implementation. They assist organizational control owners to become and stay compliant. They work with information technology (IT) personnel, business application owners, human resources, and legal stakeholders to implement technology that supports policies and controls necessary to sufficiently address regulatory requirements for their organization.
They also work with the compliance and security leadership such as a Chief Compliance Officer and Security Officer to evaluate the full breadth of associated enterprise risk and partner to develop those policies. This person defines applicable requirements and tests IT processes and operations against those policies and controls. They are responsible for creating policies and rules for content classification, data loss prevention, governance, and protection.