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How to monitor wrongly classified files in O365 using CAS or AIP? RRS feed

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  • Hi,

    We are using SharePoint online and planning to classify our contents based on the confidentiality of the contents using AIP or CAS. If any document contains SSN/Credit card number it will be classified as highly confidential.

    Is it possible to monitor the classification of the files if end user by mistake wrongly classifies the files in O365 using AIP or CAS?

    Thanks.

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  • Is it possible to monitor the classification of the files if end user by mistake wrongly classifies the files in O365 using AIP or CAS?

    @AhmedAQL, Yes all labels that were automatically assigned and user assigned are logged in the reports.

    You can go to the Office 365 Security & Compliance website <https://protection.office.com/> and then you would find Reports on the left panel. Select the Dashboard under Reports and you would be able to see all the Available Reports. There is also an option to Download the said Reports.

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