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Adopting the Traffic Light Protocol with Sensitivity Labels

Adopting the Traffic Light Protocol (TLP) with Microsoft 365’s Sensitivity Labels

I have previously written about Sensitivity labels, along with a template of the core labels that I like to use when introducing Small Businesses to the concept of data classification. Recently, I decided to update this standard to align more closely with the Traffic...
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There is no panacea, there is no silver bullet

There is no panacea, there is no silver bullet

I had a really interesting question come up during one of my recent online courses. One of the participants asked whether device management, and even MAM (application-based management) were necessary anymore, now that we have stuff like MIP and
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Behold: The Power of Sensitivity Labels

Even though some people are aware of the concepts of Data Classification and tools such as Microsoft 365 Sensitivity Labels, I do not think that many of us out there have yet grasped the full implications, or taken the long view, so to speak. Note: this is a longer read....
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The many ways to prevent data leakage in Microsoft 365

Office 365 Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Windows Information Protection (aka Endpoint DLP), Conditional Access App Enforced Restrictions, Conditional Access App Control with Microsoft Cloud App security, Sensitivity labels, Retention labels--are you thoroughly confused yet? All of the above can help you to prevent the leakage of sensitive data under certain...
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Differences between Windows Information Protection (WIP) and that “other” Information Protection (AIP)

I received a really interesting question from a reader this week, and another person had asked me the same question when I was at Ignite recently, speaking on the security features in Microsoft 365 Business. So I think it makes sense to put this article out there, to help folks...
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