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Managing your security and compliance needs with the new Office 365 Security and Compliance Center

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Editor’s note 3/24/2016:
This post has been updated to reflect the name change from Office 365 Protection Center to Office 365 Security and Compliance Center.

With the recent launch of new security features in Office 365, such as Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and Mobile Device Management (MDM), we are expanding the mission of the Office 365 Compliance Center and, in turn, are renaming it the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center. We’ve also redesigned the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center with a new user experience that is more intuitive, informative, scalable and insightful.

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The new Security and Compliance Center includes all the same great features you’re accustomed to in the Compliance Center but surfaces them for a much more intuitive user experience. You’ll also start seeing the Office 365 security features, such as ATP, DLP and MDM, in the Security and Compliance Center during the first half of 2016.

Explore the new Office 365 Security and Compliance Center

You can check out the new Security and Compliance Center now through a direct link in the Compliance Center or by clicking on the Security and Compliance tile in the Office 365 waffle.

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Transition to the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center

We have already begun transitioning existing Compliance Center customers to the new Security and Compliance Center experience. Your feedback is incredibly important, so please use the feedback tool in the Security and Compliance Center to let us know what you think. For more information, read Overview of the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center.

—Karissa Larson, program manager for the Office 365 Information Protection team

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