Coming soon to public preview, we’re introducing machine learning (ML) based trainable classifiers for DLP policies along with enhanced templates and default policies that incorporate trainable classifiers. Additionally, classifier-related information and alerts will appear within Activity explorer. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88937.
Trainable classifiers can be added as a condition for data loss prevention (DLP) policies, and enhanced templates and default policies will leverage trainable classifiers. Additionally, classifier-related information and alerts will appear within Activity explorer.
When this will happen
Public preview: Rollout will begin in late July and is expected to be complete by mid-August.
How this will affect your organization
Admins can now use trainable classifiers as a condition for detecting sensitive or business-critical data and applying DLP policies. The following trainable classifiers will be available across business content and behavior categories:
The following enhanced templates will also be available when creating a new DLP policy, and combine trainable classifiers and sensitive info types for comprehensive coverage and protection:
- US GLBA Enhanced: for detection and protecting financial data and meeting compliance with the GLBA
- US Healthcare Act (HIPAA): for detection and protecting healthcare and medical data and meeting compliance with HIPAA and other related regulations
- US PII Enhanced: for detection and protecting privacy content commonly found in personnel and human resource documents for meeting compliance with PII and other state privacy regulations
What you need to do to prepare
Access the Data Loss Prevention solution in the Microsoft Purview compliance portal.
- Learn about data loss prevention
- Learn about trainable classifiers
- What DLP policy templates include
Message ID: MC400207
Published: 14 July 2022
Updated: 14 July 2022