The Information Protection Administrator translates an organization’s risk and compliance requirements into technical implementation. They are responsible for implementing and managing solutions for content classification, data loss prevention (DLP), information protection, data lifecycle management, records management, privacy, risk, and compliance. They also work with other roles that are responsible for governance, data, and security to evaluate and develop policies to address an organization’s risk reduction and compliance goals.
This role assists workload administrators, business application owners, human resources departments, and legal stakeholders to implement technology solutions that support the necessary policies and controls.
This Microsoft Official Course prepares students for the Microsoft Certified: Information Protection Administrator Associate certification. The SC-400 exam measures your ability to accomplish the following technical tasks: implement information protection; implement data loss prevention; and implement information governance.