What is EMS + GDPR?

In today’s modern workspace, organisations transform their business through data mobility and accessibility, that is why Microsoft built EMS - a comprehensive solution that provides high level security, data protection and risk management. Designed to help companies protect their businesses from threats across data, identities, devices, and apps, Microsoft EMS comes with identity-driven security features that allow you to discover, control, and safeguard personal data held by your organisation, on top of technologies that expose potential blind spots and detect data breaches.

Say you are a data controller or a data processor in your organisation, you administer ways in meeting the requirements of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) – a European privacy law implemented for individual’s privacy rights, security, and compliance.

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Compliance to GDPR contains requirements to collect, store, and use personal information, but simply, it focuses on four key steps:

  • Discover — Identify and secure the personal data in your systems
  • Manage — Govern how personal data is used and accommodate transparency
  • Protect — Establish security controls to prevent, detect, and respond to data breaches
  • Report — Implement on data requests, report data breaches, keep required documentation, and train privacy personnel and employees

As you work towards being GDPR compliant, Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security technologies is here to increase your security capabilities and help you answer the following:

  • How to provide persistent data protection on-premises and in the cloud
  • How to grant and restrict access to data
  • How to protect data in mobile devices and applications
  • How to gain visibility and control of data in cloud apps
  • How to detect data breaches before they cause damage