Data Classification Labels: Integrating with Microsoft Information Protection (MIP)

We’re thrilled to announce the beta release of Data Classification Labels: integrating with Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) to enable users to better track and secure sensitive files across enterprise data...
Michael Buckbee
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Last updated July 7, 2023

We’re thrilled to announce the beta release of Data Classification Labels: integrating with Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) to enable users to better track and secure sensitive files across enterprise data stores.

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By integrating with Microsoft Information Protection, customers will be able to automatically apply classification labels and encrypt files that Varonis has identified as sensitive. Users can manually tag documents, and Varonis will ingest this information to provide additional context around the data.

Data Classification Labels utilizes our sophisticated rule capabilities to target specific data, and leverages our extensive pattern repository to build even more labeling rules.

In addition, Varonis can find mislabeled files that contain sensitive data based on our advanced classification engine and re-apply the correct labels. Varonis customers can analyze existing classification results for labeling, intercept existing labels and apply new ones automatically.

Data Classification Labels uses both Azure and AD RMS encryption to protect incoming and outgoing data.

Want to see it in action? Get in touch with your SE and ask for a tour of Data Classification Labels – and test it out on with your own policies.

Benefits Overview:

  • Classify a file based on its MIP label
  • Decrypt and scan the content of MIP encrypted files
  • Automatically apply an MIP label according to the configuration, while skipping any file which was manually labeled
  • Automatically correct (and report on) mislabeled files
  • Automatically perform bulk re-label when a policy is changed
  • Enrich Varonis classification report with classification labels data

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Below are three ways you can continue your journey to reduce data risk at your company:

1

Schedule a demo with us to see Varonis in action. We'll personalize the session to your org's data security needs and answer any questions.

2

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3

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