Use Distribution Lists or Security Groups to Add Teams Accounts to DLP Policies



Teams Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies help to stop users sharing confidential information through chats and channel conversations. A recent update means that accounts to be included or excluded in DLP policies can be specified using distribution lists or mail-enabled security groups. While this doesn’t sound very exciting, it is if you need to deploy DLP policies to targeted sets of Teams users

2 Replies
What about add new people to distribution list? Will it be dynamic? All policies will be based on the distribution list & SharePoint accesses as well?
Did you read the article? It contains text saying that a background process monitors DL changes and applies them to the policy. Teams DLP policies cover Teams messaging. If you want to cover SharePoint activity, you need a separate policy.