Microsoft Fabric Updates Blog

Updated Microsoft Fabric compliance offerings

Updated March 7, 2024: This post is now refreshed to clarify that Fabric has been added to the Microsoft HIPAA BAA to help support customers with compliance requirements, and to provide more background context and details on specific regulations and related certifications. 

We are excited to announce that Microsoft Fabric, our all-in-one analytics solution for enterprises, has achieved new compliance certificates, including ISO/IEC 27017, ISO/IEC 27018, ISO/IEC 27001, and ISO/IEC 27701. In addition, Microsoft Fabric is now listed and covered by Business Associate Agreement (“BAA”), which is important to healthcare providers who are subject to regulations under HIPAA.  

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