Mar 08 2021
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May 24 2021
We are announcing the general availability of 49 new and 12 improved sensitive information types, covering key regulations in Europe and Asia Pacific. We are also announcing new features that improve the accuracy of sensitive information types and enable you to customize them to suit your organization’s unique needs.
By expanding MISA and including Microsoft Compliance, we are making it a holistic program across Security, Compliance, and Identity. Specifically, for Microsoft Compliance, we are adding the following five solutions to MISA portfolio.
We are excited to announce the public preview of additional features that make it easier to get started with Insider Risk Management and detect potential insider risk activities with enhanced machine learning models.
The updates we announced bring the Microsoft 365 Apps’ built-in labeling client one step closer to feature parity with the Azure Information Protection client, and they allow administrators to deploy advanced capabilities easily and securely as part of the Microsoft 365 deployment.
We strive to ensure customers have the skilling and learning resources they need to keep up in our world of complex cybersecurity attacks. By empowering our customers to increase their skilling knowledge, we enable customers to get up and running faster with Microsoft security and compliance solutions. We are excited to announce three new ways Microsoft is supporting skilling cyber security professionals.
We are now excited to announce new capabilities and assessment templates that will increase regulation visibility, further enrich the user experience, and save organizations valuable time.
We are pleased to announce a continued investment in DLP with three new capabilities that further extend and expand the scope of DLP to a third-party browser and on-premises file repositories, and the introduction of a new DLP management and workflow experience.
In Public Preview, Microsoft 365 Compliance Center’s enhanced unified labeling and analytics experience now offer support for the most awaited ‘Azure Information Protection (AIP) audit logs’ including exploration of all activities.
Advanced Audit can help organizations scope data compromise and respond to regulatory obligations by providing access to audit events that are important for forensic investigations, and by extending audit log retention for up to a year. Here’s 5 steps to quickly get started with Advanced Audit within Microsoft 365 compliance center out of the box.
Given the many incentives motivating these attacks, raising the bar for attackers is a clear and urgent need for Windows Server and Azure Stack HCI. Using our learnings from the Secured-core PC initiative, we are now bringing these innovations to Windows Server and Azure Stack HCI. In collaboration with our OEM partners and hardware ecosystem, we expect this effort to bring your devices advanced hardware-based protection, while maintaining ease of management.
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