Microsoft Information Protection & Compliance Preview Programs

Published Mar 12 2020 07:34 AM 14.9K Views
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Welcome to the MIP and Compliance previews page!

 

Here you will find details of the various preview programs being managed by the MIP&C CXE team including the program status. This page won't include upcoming preview programs so if you have any interest in working with us on new features as they are close to release make sure you register your interest:

 

We will be updating this page regularly with new webinars and resources so check back often!

 

Preview Programs

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MIP: East Asian (EA) Language support

This preview adds support for Double Byte Character Set (DBCS)  for East Asian (EA) Languages in our g.M365 Compliance products.

Teams

Docs

 Public
DLP: Teams DLP scoping to DL/SG
When selecting the users in a Teams DLP policy today, you can either select all users or specify unique individuals with a limit of 1000. With this release MIP supports Teams DLP policies to be scoped to distribution lists and mail-enabled security groups, which can either be included or excluded from the policy scoping.

Signup

Private
DLP: Alert's and Event Management

 

We are introducing a new Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Alerts and Event Management dashboard which would allow you to view DLP alerts and associated events with exhaustive metadata to allow you to perform appropriate remediation for DLP detentions.

Teams

Docs

 Public

DLP: DLP Predicates for EXO (Unified Predicates Preview)

A Unified DLP policy is composed of a number of conditions, exceptions. We are introducing a number of new predicates – conditions, exceptions and actions that will be available for use in the DLP policy authoring experience. A lot of these conditions, actions and exceptions were available as a part of Mail flow Rules.

Teams

 Public

DLP: On-Premise DLP in M365 Compliance DLP preview

Microsoft DLP for on-premises allows you to scan on-premises file shares or SharePoint and detect when sensitive data is overshared. This gives you the visibility and control you need to ensure sensitive data is used and protected properly, and to help prevent potential data leak or overexposure of sensitive data.

Signup

 Private

DLP: MCAS in M365 Compliance preview

Microsoft Information Protection extends to sanctioned non-Microsoft apps through Microsoft Cloud App Security.  With this integration to Microsoft Cloud App Security, you can discover and protect your sensitive data across M365 service and non-Microsoft apps.

Teams

Docs

 Public

MIP: Endpoint DLP preview

Native to Windows 10 & the new Microsoft Edge browser. No agent to install or manage additional DLP software on Windows 10 machines. Providing DLP experiences natively on the endpoint has many benefits.

Blog

               Public

MIP: Sensitivity label as a DLP condition preview

Improvements are coming to M365 DLP that make a sensitivity label picker available as a condition for DLP policy authoring.

Docs

 Public

MIP: Classification Depth Preview

Improvements are coming to the Sensitive Information Types (SITs) available in M365. Starting with 65 new SIT's, matching scheme change and improvements to Out-of-Box SITs

Blog

Blog 2

Public

MIP: Trainable classifier auto-labeling with sensitivity labels

Create sensitivity labels and corresponding automatic or recommended labeling policies in Office apps using built-in classifiers

Blog

Docs

 Public
MIP: Label Separation for content Preview

This feature allows the scoping of labels to files and emails and/or containers (SPO, Teams sites and O365 Groups)

Docs

Generally Available

 MIP: O365 service-based auto-labeling for EXO (Data in transit) and SPO/OD (Data at rest)

Auto classification for Sensitivity Labels in OneDrive, SharePoint, and Exchange helps you automatically label or tag content as sensitive to ensure the configured protections are applied.

Blog

Generally Available

MIP: Using Sensitivity labels with Microsoft Teams, O365 Groups and SharePoint Online sites

When you create sensitivity labels in the M365 compliance center, you can now apply them to the following containers: Microsoft Teams sites, Office 365 groups, and SharePoint sites. Which provides you with additional policy settings which can be applied.

Webinar

Docs

Generally Available

MIP: Office client support for sensitivity labels with user-defined permissions

 

Sensitivity labels that are configured to let users assign permissions will now appear in the Sensitivity picker in Office on Windows and Mac.

Docs

 Docs

Office on Windows:

    Generally Available

(Monthly Channel)

 

Office on Mac

Generally Available

MIP: Office client support for automatic & recommended labeling

Office apps on Windows and web support recommending or automatically applying a sensitivity label based on sensitive terms contained in the content.

 

Word on Windows can also highlight and list the sensitive terms it detected in the canvas when a recommendation is shown.

Docs

Docs

Office on Windows:

Generally Available

 

Office Online:

GA (opt-in)

MIP: Enable sensitivity labels for Office files in SharePoint and OneDrive.

Ability to apply sensitivity labels that include encryption to Office files stored in SharePoint and OneDrive, and the SPO service process the content of these files for Coauthoring, eDiscovery, Data Loss Prevention, search etc.

 

This also enables sensitivity labeling in the Office Online apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint Online)

Docs

Generally Available

MIP: Understand Data Classification

After you apply your retention labels and sensitivity labels, you’ll want to see how the labels are being used across your tenant and what is being done with those items.

Blog

Generally Available

 

 

Thanks to those of you who have participated in our sessions so far. If you haven’t already, don’t forget to check out our resources available on the Tech Community.

 

Thanks!

@Adam Bell  on behalf of the MIP and Compliance CXE team

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