Integrate MIP autolabeling policies with O365 DLP rules
Surface label policies in the Office 365 DLP engines to allow consistent classification, labeling and protection
You can follow this article to achieve this.
This preview doesn't quite cover everything yet in regards to integration of AIP with O365 DLP.
Currently you can create a DLP Policy based on a 'Retention Label', but you cannot create a DLP Policy based on a 'Sensitivity Label'. Once this happens, AIP would reach god-mode.
Dom M commented
Base DLP rules on sensitivity labels
Sergio Nesbitt commented
Can we be given access to the private preview for this and maybe get an ETA on this?
Håkan Åknert commented
How can you get access to private preview
When is this coming?
When is this going to come out of Private Preview?
public prrevie available when?
At an recent Ignite session I saw that Microsoft intent to unify the O365 Labels and the AIP labels. They will be synchronised bi-directualy and actually be the same. But O365 also have retention settings! So when I have a AIP label "GDPR" and I have retention options of 1, 3, 5, 7 and 10 years, there will be an explosion of labels or sub-labels!
So, what I mean is: retention settings should NOT be integrated with protection settings! They can be related and it should be possible to use previous defined retention policies for certain AIP labels. So my recommendation is to create stand alone retention policies when you start synchronising O365 labels and AIP labels and define Retention settings separated from Protection settings.
We are really looking forward to this feature to integrate AIP labels and Office 365 DLP. Glad to see it has been commited in June. Any idea when the developers have planned this on their backlog to become ETA? (2018 Q1/Q2/Q3 or Q4)
Thanks in advance.
This has been committed, what is the ETA on this being available?
Fredrick Karlsson commented
Integrate AIP labels with EOL DLP so it is possible to trigger policytips based on label (information class) i.e. mail marked with AIP Label "Internal" should trigger policytips if external addresses are found in mail before sending.
Outlook DLP (endpoint DLP) should be able to identify AIP classified emails or/and attachments and show alerts even before the user sends the email (Currently Outlook level DLP only runs content inspection but cannot search meta-data).