Create a policy and select the new Data Classification Service as the Inspection methodYou can use the default sensitive information types as well as custom sensitive information types (which support complex patterns with Regex, keywords and large dictionary) that you may have already created in Office 365, and reuse them to define what happens to files protected by Microsoft Cloud App Security.
Select default sensitive information types or create custom ones to meet your data classification needsSetting these policies in Microsoft Cloud App Security enables you to easily extend the strength of the Office 365 DLP capabilities to all your other sanctioned cloud apps and protect the data stored within them with the full toolset provided to you by Microsoft Cloud App Security – such as the ability to automatically apply AIP labels and the ability to control sharing permissions. This is the first step in creating a simplified information protection experience. Later this year we will release an experience that provides a central location to create all of your policies and apply them across all of your apps, on-premises and the cloud. If you already protect your cloud apps with Microsoft Cloud App Security, this feature is now available in your tenant *. If you don’t work with Microsoft Cloud App Security yet, this is a great opportunity to start a free trial and get started today by gaining visibility into your cloud apps and services, leveraging our sophisticated analytics to identify and combat cyber threats and control how your data travels.
You must be a registered user to add a comment. If you've already registered, sign in. Otherwise, register and sign in.