Windows Information Protection (WIP), previously known as enterprise data protection (EDP), helps organizations to protect corporate data against potential data leakage.
The concept is fairly simple and is actually based on defining two lists:
- A corporate boundary list, which represents both on-premise & cloud network locations where managed apps can access corporate data;
- A list of managed (trusted) apps, which are allowed to open, modify & store corporate data within the corporate boundary list.
In this blog we will look at some practical examples which you have to consider for a successful implementation of Windows Information Protection including a top 4 of recommended practices.