For the last 17 years, the National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) campaign, driven by the Department of Homeland Security, has raised awareness about the importance of cyber security across the Nation with the mission of ensuring that all Americans have the resources they need to be safer and more secure online.
After September 1, 2020, users will find that they no longer have the ability to share files or SharePoint Online sites with tenants in Office 365 commercial or GCC environments and that any links previously shared will no longer work.
Coming soon to GCC and GCC-High environments, Communication Compliance is part of a broader set of insider risk solutions in Microsoft 365 that intelligently detects and helps remediate regulatory compliance and code of conduct violations within an organization’s communications.
We are introducing new Microsoft Defender Antivirus reports in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center to help you monitor your devices for status on malware and antivirus states. You will be able to use two new operational reports to see which devices need your attention and two organizational reports to view general antivirus information.
List creation from SharePoint sites will get a visual refresh and users will get the additional capability to create lists from eight built-in templates. These updates are already part of the Microsoft Lists app and Lists in Teams rollouts – we are bringing the same goodness to SharePoint sites too.
Advanced eDiscovery will now support linked content (modern attachments) from OneDrive and SharePoint Online (OD/SPO). Linked content can be shared in Teams and Yammer chat messages and Outlook emails.
As announced at Ignite, Compliance Manager (formerly Compliance Score) is moving out of public preview and the tasks you previously found in Compliance Manager (via the Service Trust Portal) are now housed within the Microsoft 365 compliance center under Compliance Manager. We announced the public preview of Compliance Score in November 2019.