OME and AIP Encrypted documents should be decrypted at export with Microsoft eDiscovery
OME and AIP Encrypted documents stored in O365 data sources should be decrypted at export with Microsoft eDiscovery for compliance purposes
eDiscovery has the ability to search against AIP encrypted emails, but if there is an AIP protected document (Word, excel, etc.) eDiscovery should be able to search against the contents of that protected attachment.
Moris Montejo commented
Definitely a must have!
Kyle Berwaldt commented
The current tooling for eDiscovery does not allow for content protected with sensitivity labels to be discovered using eDiscovery.
If MS’s eDiscovery tools cannot even see the documents, organizations would not be able to comply with any litigation hold obligations and discovery collection obligations. All/Most companies would face sanctions if it didn’t comply with preservation obligations and obligations to collect the documents and provide them to the other side as part of the litigation process.
Same here. Get it done.
I agree, I am not sure how others are managing without this capablity