PROTECTING DATA IN MICROSOFT 365 WITH SENSITIVITY LABELS
This course introduces you to sensitivity labels in Microsoft 365, and you’ll learn what they are and what functions they perform. We’ll then look at the steps you need to take to define sensitivity labels. Finally, we'll take a look at classifying and protecting data with sensitivity labels.
By the time you finish this course, you should have a good understanding of what sensitivity labels are and what role they play in Microsoft 365.
This course is intended for anyone who wishes to learn what sensitivity labels are and how to classify and protect data with them in Microsoft 365.
To get the most out of this course, you should already have a basic understanding of Microsoft 365.
Congratulations. You’ve come to the end of the course. Let’s review what you’ve learned.
We started off with a quick intro to sensitivity labels, where you learned what they are and what functions they perform. We then looked at the steps you need to take to define sensitivity labels. We wrapped up with a lecture on classifying and protecting data with sensitivity labels.
At this point, you should have a good understanding of sensitivity labels in Microsoft 365.
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