Office 365
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October Office 365 security and compliance update

Over the last month, the Office 365 team has continued to introduce new security features and capabilities while gaining recognition and accreditation around the world for upholding the highest standards in cloud security. —Read on for a roundup of some key security and compliance news from the last several weeks.

Compliance
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Accelerate your eDiscovery analysis workflow with one click

Office 365 has a rich set of in-place eDiscovery capabilities that help organizations investigate and meet the wide variety of information requests directly from the Security & Compliance Center. We recently released two new features for Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery, Express Analysis and Export with analytics to Excel, that make it even easier for organizations to find, analyze and review relevant information related to investigations, legal matters and regulatory requests.

News

How the Office 365 U.S. Government Cloud meets the regulatory and compliance needs of the Department of Defense

We are continually investing to deliver a complete, compliant and secure Office 365 U.S. Government Cloud. Today, we announced the Office 365 U.S. Government Defense compliance service, which makes Security Requirements Guidelines (SRG) L5 and L4 controls available to U.S. Government defense departments and defense industry organizations holding Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). —Read on for more details.

Yammer
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Yammer bolsters security and compliance with new auditing and reporting capabilities

Having visibility and control over your data within the cloud services you use is a critical part of organizational compliance and security. Today, we are announcing new auditing and reporting capabilities for Yammer via the Office 365 Management Activity API and the Office 365 Security & Compliance Center.

Events
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Customer data—walking the line between helpful innovation and invasion of privacy

More information about you exists in more places today than ever before. Collecting and using customer data is not a bad thing. Organizations need data to deliver products and services customers want. The issue is where to draw the line between using customer data and invading customer privacy. The October 11 episode of Modern Workplace provides guidance on how organizations can manage these tricky policy decisions.