Service Health Dashboard availability The enhanced Cloud App Security Service Health Dashboard is now available within the Microsoft 365 Admin portal for users with Monitor service health permissions. Learn more about Microsoft 365 Admin roles. In the dashboard, you can configure notifications, allowing relevant users to stay updated with the current Cloud App Security status. To learn how to configure email notifications and additional information about the dashboard, see How to check Microsoft 365 service health.
AIP support deprecated Label management from the Azure Information Protection portal (classic) is deprecated beginning April 1, 2021. Customers without AIP extended support should migrate their labels to Microsoft Information Protection to continue using sensitivity labels in Cloud App Security. Without migration to Microsoft Information Protection or AIP extended support, file policies with sensitivity labels will be disabled. For more information, see Understanding Unified Labeling migration.
DLP near real-time rollout completed for Dropbox, ServiceNow, AWS, and Salesforce New near real-time file scanning is available in Dropbox, ServiceNow and Salesforce. New near real-time S3 bucket discovery is available in AWS. For more information, see Connect apps.
Public preview for overriding privilege sensitivity labels Cloud App Security supports overriding or removing sensitivity labels for files that were labeled outside Cloud App Security. For more information, see Apply labels directly to files.
Extended Advanced Hunting events Microsoft has expanded the available events in Cloud App Security. Microsoft 365 Defender Advanced Hunting now includes telemetry from Microsoft OneDrive, SharePoint Online, Office 365, Dynamics 365, Dropbox, Power BI, Yammer, Skype for Business, and Power Automate, in addition to Exchange Online and Teams, which were available until now. For more information, see Apps and services covered.
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