This month, we’ll be focusing on the new capability of extending Microsoft data loss prevention to MCAS (announced in Septemberhere) in theCompliance Center.
Since MCAS provides compliance visibility and control over both native and third-party apps, this new extension of capability pushes the integration for Microsoft DLP policy-based content inspection across connected applications such as Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, WebEx, One Drive, SharePoint, and others. This goal is to help users remain continuously compliant when using both native and third-party cloud apps. It also helps prevent sensitive content from accidentally or inappropriately being shared. DLP in MCAS now uses the same DLP policy framework common across all Microsoft DLP offerings, to provide a familiar, consistent, and seamless compliance experience.