Showing posts from March, 2019

Setup Office 365 DLP rules for Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business

In this post we will look at Data Loss Prevention in Office 365. For those of you unfamiliar with DLP, I will also try to explain what this is and how it can be useful for us.

Add your own sensitive info types to use in sensitivity labels

As you probably know Microsoft has provided us with a list of predefined sensitivity types that follows us around wherever we can configure labels etc. It is getting better and better as more types are added, but we may not find all the types we would need for a setup, and that's why I want to show you how you can add your own sensitivity types.

How to work with a mix of AIP P1 and P2 licenses

Just to get this out of the way: Yes, there are several ways to license AIP. You can get it through AIP license (Plan 1(P1)/Plan 2(P2)), Enterprise Mobility + Security license (E3/E5), the rather new Information and Compliance policy and also some Office 365 licenses. Just think of my references to P2 as the “upgraded basic” (P2/E5 etc.)

What happens to protected content if I delete an AIP label?

Just a short blog post today. What happens to protected content if you delete a label? Yes, that is a question I have been asked a few times. Will I lose access to the protected content if the label that has protected it is deleted? That would be pretty bad right?

Azure Information Protection client and portal confusion

As many of you know there are now two places to create labels (Azure Portal and Office 365 Security portal) and we also have two different AIP clients. One client for each portal really, one of them is the good old AIP client that we know from earlier, and then there is another: The AIP client with Unified Labeling.