Security in the cloud, and how functionality in AAD and AIP can help us. (link to Norwegian blog post)

I usually do all of my content in English and won't make a habit of this, but I have added this for those of you who understands Norwegian. Here is a link to my new blog post about security in the cloud: Sikkerhet i skyen og hvordan funksjonalitet i AAD og AIP kan hjelpe oss. 

In the article we look at functionality found in Azure Active Directory (AAD) and Azure Information Protection (AIP), how we can implement powerful security solutions that minimize the attack surface, highlight security risks, give us an overview of - and allow us to secure the information in your organization and more.

We also go through how Sensitive data can be tracked, sharing can be stopped and if anyone has received or obtained the information by mistake or other means, then there is functionality in AIP that allows you to call back this access and ensure that the information can never be read again.

      The basic functionality of AAD and AIP is also useful, but in this article we will concentrate on what is in the license packages above. The licensing models for Microsoft can make anyone dizzy at times, but what many of us describes as Azure Active Directory P2 and Azure Information Protection P2 can be purchased as standalone products, but are also included in other packages, such as Microsoft 365 E3 / E5. For those with an interest in licenses, we can mention that AIP P2 functionality can be obtained through packages such as: 

  • Azure Information Protection P2
  • Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security E5
  • The Information and Compliance License, recently announced by Microsoft

    And, more recently, the Office 365 E5 license has also received "AIP functionality" that can be used to secure information in Office 365.


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