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We get it, all the regulations like GDPR, HIPAA and others can put your company at risk. Managing compliance is of utmost importance, but unfortunately, most companies don’t know how to handle compliance and report on important aspects of their Power BI environment, leaving them vulnerable.
In a recent webinar, Michael Askins, discusses how Power BI handles compliance and how you can make sure your organization meets the requirements needed to keep your data safe. The webinar begins by discussing compliance challenges and responsibilities that organizations should consider, such as data classification and accountability, identity and access management and host infrastructure, which are keys to achieving a compliant and secure computing environment.
Much time is spent on what’s best to meet your specific compliance needs, whether that be Power BI on premise using Power BI Report Server and gateways to keep your dashboards and reports up to date with your on-premises data sources. Or Power BI in the cloud where he discusses the architecture of that, as well as threat management and physical security.
Also covered are integrations using Microsoft Flow and PowerApps, as well as privacy levels and compliance. This webinar shows how to take this to the next level by leveraging Power BI as a compliance dashboard. Lastly, learn how our Power BI Managed Services and consulting offerings can help you achieve that compliant, secure environment we all strive for.
So, if you’re concerned about managing compliance for Power BI, this is the webinar for you. Watch the complete webinar below. To view the presenter’s slides, click here.
To learn more about our Power BI Managed Services offerings, follow the link below. We’ll take the management and administrative burden off you, so you can focus on using your data to grow your business.
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