#PowerPlatform #Security #DLP

Let’s talk Power Platform Security. Keeping our data secure in the business solutions we build is so important. The Power Platform offers Data Loss Prevention Policies to help us protect our data. We can do things like limit what connectors (services) we can connect to in any given Power Platform solution. We can also completely block a certain connector so that we can’t use it at all in our Power Platform solutions.

But what if you don’t want to block an entire connector? Maybe you only want to block a specific action(s) inside of connector. For example, maybe you want to allow people to read Tweets from Twitter but you don’t want them tweeting out personal identifiable information. Thanks to some new functionality that I’ll highlight in this video, we can now restrict specific actions inside of a connector, rather than blocking the connector entirely.

I’ll also show some new endpoint filtering capability that we can apply to our connectors which allow it. This is really useful for things like the HTTP connector where you might want to limit endpoints users can and cannot connect to.

🔗 Links 🔗

✅ More about granular controls and endpoint filtering: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/dlp-granular-controls

Table of Contents:

00:00 – Intro
01:13 – Data Loss Prevention Overview
02:45 – Block an Action in a Connector
06:13 – Endpoint Restrictions for Connectors
09:15 – Demo: Using Restricted Endpoint
10:44 – Demo: Using a Blocked Action
11:34 – Wrap up

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I'm a Partner Technical Architect at Microsoft and Power Apps/Power Automate MVP Alumni. As a Partner Technical Architect on the Modern Workplace Team, I focus on helping our partner ecosystem skill-up on Teams and Power Platform and overcome technical barriers. I'm a developer who is passionate about the Power Platform. I have an active YouTube Channel and blog where I share how-to videos and demos around Power Apps, Power Automate, Teams and SharePoint. I regularly speak at events across the globe to share Power Platform knowledge. On top of blogging, I speak at local tech events and run the local PowerApps and Flow User Group. When I’m not working I love going to karaoke or trivia night at the local brewery.

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