In my last few blog posts I have explained what is Azure information protection and how we can use it to protect sensitive data in an organization. You can access those using following links,
In this blog post I am going to demonstrate how we can use Azure information protection to secure sensitive data transfers over email.
My organization is using Office 365. With recent content search I found out sales team shares credit card details of customers via emails. These are very sensitive data and I want to make sure they can’t share these data with anyone else (internal or external).
To do that first I am going to setup a new label in Azure Information Protection. In my previous blog post http://www.rebeladmin.com/2018/12/step-step-guide-protect-confidential-data-using-azure-information-protection/ I explained how to setup labels so I am not going to repeat the steps.
This new label is called CreditCardData. Megan is sales manager and she has co-owner permissions for the data with this label. Rest of the sales team is only having viewer permissions. They only can read the data. For testing purpose, I am using one of the sales user Isaiah.
The data protected by this label will have watermark applied.
Also, I like to apply this label automatically to any data with credit card number. for that I am using a condition.
Now we have the label, next thing is to publish it. to do that,