I recently posted a short blog called My Teams Security Slide, which contained an overview of the security controls I associate with Microsoft Teams. One of the features I listed was “Sensitivity Labels for Content”, which for organisations concerned about data loss prevention is a way of classifying content and applying security policies.
So what does this has to do with a Teams Meeting?
Microsoft 365 Sensitivity Labels actually allow administrators to managed document permissions and Microsoft Teams will honour these. One of the net effects is that is that you can restrict the ability to share confidential documents during a Teams Meeting.
I created this video to demonstrate the resulting end user experience.
This is a great way to protect against accidental data loss during a Microsoft Teams share. But what about policing a Teams Meeting chat? I’ll talk about this in a future post.