Business Intelligence and Analytics are often restricted in Healthcare organizations due to regulatory concerns about sensitive data such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Report viewers often want to export data from reports, but until now there has been no way to effectively track and protect exported files of data. Also, allowing access to reports from un-managed devices has often been an all-or-nothing approach. Microsoft Information Protection and Cloud App Security tools are now in Preview for Power BI as part of your enterprise Data Loss Prevention strategy. Here’s a demo of how Microsoft Information Protection works as a part of Power BI Data Protection:
This article is the third in a series exploring how Power BI paired with Azure data tools creates a flexible, scale-able, and achievable healthcare analytics architecture:
A previous article at this link reviews many of the challenges that Healthcare organizations face due to Privacy and Regulatory concerns for PHI and other types of Sensitive Data. The diagram below is from that article, and shows three common ways that Sensitive Data can be shared inappropriately:
Finally, here is a video that reviews Power BI Data Protection that was recently recorded at Microsoft Ignite:
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