Safetica integration with Office 365
Posted by Michael Skoupý, Last modified by Michael Skoupý on 27 March 2020 11:22 AM
In this article, you will learn more about Safetica 9.5 integration with Microsoft Exchange Online, OneDrive and SharePoint.
If you are configuring your Office 365 integration for the first time or if you are setting up a new Azure tenant, please perform the steps mentioned in this knowledge base article.
Note: The has changed considerably since earlier versions of Safetica, so we recommend updating to Safetica 9.5 or higher before following the steps described below. If an update is not possible and you are still using an older version of Safetica, you will have to perform the automated steps manually. You can learn more in this knowledge base article.
Safetica 9.5 brings automated and much simplified configuration of auditing and protection features for your e-mails and files stored in the cloud. Thanks to Office 365 integration, you will be able not only to audit cloud e-mails and files, but also to protect your e-mail using configured Safetica DLP policies. WebSafetica service is required for this integration to work correctly.
To be able to configure all the features mentioned below, you will need to log in to your Azure tenant with administrator rights so that Safetica is granted the necessary permissions. These permissions are only granted temporarily for the configuration of the needed settings.
Note: For now, Safetica can only connect to one tenant at a time. If you would like to switch to a different tenant, Safetica must perform a cleanup of settings. This might take a while, and you will only be able to connect to another tenant once the cleanup is finished.
1. Safetica Exchange Online audit and protection
In Safetica, you can both audit your cloud e-mail and protect it using your DLP policies.
To enable auditing and/or Safetica DLP protection for your Exchange Online cloud e-mails:
2. Safetica OneDrive and SharePoint audit
Safetica can also perform file monitoring for OneDrive and SharePoint, so you can see what files are downloaded or publicly shared. Audit logs, however, can currently only be viewed in WebSafetica under Data Security/Office 365.
To enable this feature:
You can learn more about Office 365 integration in this introduction video.