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Protecting data with Dataverse

Headshot of article author Mark Spilde

Part 1: Security from External Threats In this blog series, we will be covering how to protect data in Dataverse from external and internal threats (both from internal users and Microsoft). In today’s post, we will focus on protecting data from external threats. Secure Data from Hackers and Malicious Intent How can I protect my…

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Security in Microsoft Dataverse 

Headshot of article author Mark Spilde

What is Dataverse?  Microsoft Dataverse is a cloud-based, low-code solution that lets you securely store and manage data that’s used by business applications. With your data stored in Microsoft Dataverse, there are many ways to access or modify it. You can work with the data natively with tools such as Power Apps or Power Automate,…

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Announcing Public Preview of IP based cookie binding in Dataverse

Headshot of article author Ritesh Pandey

IP cookie binding in Dataverse IP based cookie binding will help our customer’s organization in responding to cookie replay security threat in Dataverse. IP based cookie binding blocks the cookie replay attack. It does it by evaluating the IP address attached to the cookie. If cookie IP address in the request is different than the…

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Announcing the general availability of canvas components and component libraries

Headshot of article author Hemant Gaur

Canvas components and components libraries empower low-code/no-code citizen developers to build reusable UX components which can be used across screens in an app or across apps in an environment. Canvas libraries along with the apps can be packaged and moved to other environments using standard Dataverse solutions and you can push component updates through solutions.

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