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Author: chris-nieves

Chris studied Information Systems at Hofstra University before joining STEALTHbits where he took on the role as the Technical Product Manager of SharePoint, Dropbox and Box solution sets. His focus is primarily on SharePoint security with data security in general is a passion. Aside from technical interests, he enjoys the outdoors and hopes to one day start an animal rescue and rehabilitation center for injured, disabled and orphaned animals.
Office 365 Security and Compliance: Guide to Creating Custom Sensitive Info Types and DLP Policies

Office 365 Security and Compliance: Guide to Creating Custom Sensitive Info Types and DLP Policies

In my last blog post, I covered configuring some of the out of the box data loss prevention policies that Microsoft’s security & compliance center offers. Yet in order to meet the specific needs of your organization, custom information types and DLP policies can be created. In this guide, I will show you how to use Microsoft Office 365’s Security and Compliance center to categorize sensitive content with custom sensitive information types and create custom data loss prevention (DLP) policies….

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Office 365 Security and Compliance: Admin Guide to Creating Labels and DLP Policies

Office 365 Security and Compliance: Admin Guide to Creating Labels and DLP Policies

Data loss is defined as data that gets misplaced, removed without authorization, leaked outside of the organization or otherwise corrupted perhaps due to malware. Failure to prevent data from being ‘lost’ can result in hefty fines, especially for organizations that have to comply with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) where they can be fined up to 20 million Euros, or 4% of annual, worldwide turnover. In this guide, I will show you how you can leverage Microsoft Office 365…

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External Sharing Best Practices for SharePoint Online & O365

External Sharing Best Practices for SharePoint Online & O365

The policy of ‘Data protection by design and by default’ in article 25 of the GDPR is driving vendors like Microsoft to align data security with innovation to not only develop better products but also more secure products. Along these lines organizations should adopt the policy of Privacy by Design, that is, organizational processes that are designed with protecting privacy in mind. Just as external sharing is a critical and unavoidable piece of business success, so too is achieving compliance…

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