Microsoft has officially entered the data loss prevention business
Managing the risks around data has become increasingly complex for organizations as more employees are now working from home than ever before which is why Microsoft has introduced its own data loss prevention (DLP) service.
Currently the software giant prevents data loss across Microsoft 365 apps including Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook, services such as Microsoft Teams, SharePoint and Exchange and third-party SaaS applications in the cloud or on-premise through its built-in Microsoft Information Protection (MIP). By employing a unified data loss prevention approach, Microsoft allows users to set a DLP policy once and have it enforced across all of the services, devices and apps they use everyday.
The company's new Endpoint DLP...