Content security has become more critical today. As firms begin using SaaS or cloud-based tools, it's critical that vendors provide appropriate controls.
In a recent article I published on TechTarget, I discuss several mechanisms that organizations can use to better secure their content in Office 365.
There are three key enterprise SharePoint security policy needs: control over content disposition -- ensuring sensitive information doesn't leave the organization -- and overseeing security across varying devices. In Office 365, these translate to data loss prevention (DLP), content policies and device management. Combined with ACLs, firms can enable more comprehensive content security policies around their content. Each of these features is reached through the Security & Compliance administrative tool in Office 365.