Here’s what’s new in Office 365 security and compliance for June 2016

Dave W. Shanahan

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Last month, Microsoft delivered many Office 365 enhancements to its security and compliance capabilities. The announcements included the introduction of Advanced Security Management and a new set of improvements made to Microsoft Cloud App Security to offer greater management over your Office 365 products and services.

Here is a list of features and improvements made to Office 365 security and compliance news for June 2016.

  • New enhancements to Office 365 eDiscovery further simplify the eDiscovery process—To save you time and make it easier to perform investigations and eDiscovery from one central location, we have released several eDiscovery enhancements to the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center, including case management, search, hold and export. These new eDiscovery enhancements further strengthen the rich set of eDiscovery capabilities already present in Office 365 to help you quickly investigate and meet legal and regulatory obligations from the Security and Compliance Center.
  • Download the updated Security Intelligence Report—The Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR) analyzes the threat landscape of exploits, vulnerabilities and malware using data from internet services and over 600 million computers worldwide. It has been updated for July–December 2015 and is now available for download.
  • Microsoft Secure launches as a resource to learn about Microsoft’s security offerings—Microsoft Secure is the new place to learn about Microsoft’s security offerings. It covers topics including identity protection, securing apps and data, expanding device controls and safeguarding infrastructure. Here you’ll find resources like webinars, videos and e-books on the Microsoft security approach.

That’s the latest Office 365 security and compliance news for June 2016. Stay tuned for next month, when we keep you up-to-date with newest Office 365 news for July 2016.