Microsoft brings Data Loss Prevention Policies to Microsoft Flow

microsoft-flowMicrosoft today announced that they are bringing Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies that define which services business data can be shared with when using Flow. This will allow organizations to protect sensitive business data, hosted in enterprise services such as SharePoint and Dynamics 365, from leaving the company via consumer services such as Dropbox and Twitter. The new Microsoft Flow Admin Center will enable administrators to create DLP Policies for their end users. Microsoft also noted that a Flow or PowerApps P2 license is required to create these policies and the existing Flow Preview users will automatically receive 6 months of a free trial, while all new users will receive 3 months of a free trial.

Learn more about this new feature here.

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