Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies for Power BI are now generally available with Microsoft Purview. The purpose of DLP policies is to automatically detect sensitive information in your Power BI tenant and take necessary risk remediation actions. This helps you comply with governmental or industry regulations, such as the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Using DLP policies in Power BI strengthens your security posture and reduces the risk of sensitive information being uploaded to the cloud without your knowledge.
New features introduced in this release include:
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies supported by Microsoft Purview are an essential tool for organizations seeking to ensure their data security and regulatory compliance. By integrating these policies with Power BI, organizations can detect sensitive information in their tenant quickly and take appropriate risk mitigation actions. This helps prevent accidental sharing of sensitive information and allows organizations to effectively manage their security risks in a rapidly evolving digital landscape.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies for Power BI enable organizations to automatically detect sensitive information managed in their Power BI tenant and take risk remediation actions to comply with governmental or industry regulations. With this release, organizations can automatically detect sensitive data as it is being uploaded into Power BI, including out-of-the-box sensitive info types (SIT) such as credit cards and social security numbers and custom SITs such as regex or keyword lists and dictionaries. Any combination of SITs and sensitivity labels, including advanced conditions using AND/OR/NOT operators, can be used to trigger a risk remediation action.
DLP policies for Power BI help organizations strengthen their security posture and reduce the risk of sensitive information being uploaded to the cloud without their knowledge. These policies are particularly important for organizations that must comply with regulations such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
Data Protection, Power BI Security, Data Compliance, Data Remediation, Sensitive Information Detection