New dashboard in Security and Compliance center | Microsoft brings together the tools to make them more accessible based on the GDPR perspective..
How do I find the dashboard?
You start by entering Security and Compliance Center, then Data Privacy in the menu to the left and there you have GDPR Dashboard.
What can I do here?
There are several things, but I do not intend to go into detail in just everything. If you have a specific question about something you can always get in touch with us!
I will mainly just inform you briefly on these two areas:
• DSR – Data Subject Request
• GDPR Toolbox
DSR – Data subject Request
GDPR is subject to data portability. You as a personal data controller should be able to provide all personal data you have about a data subject and deliver it in a machine-readable format (such as CSV or Excel).
Read more about this in GDPR, page 47, article 20.
This is why DSR is your new best friend!
Read more about Ediscovery here or contact us and we’ll tell you more.
When you want to create your case, you only need to go through 3 steps. Name your case and describe it.
Specify who the matter is concerned, ie whose data we are going to pick out.
Confirm your settings (as you can see, this will only take up to 1 minute per case).
You are thrown over to this view where you can make some settings
As an individual administrator, you can not read this type of data and, for example, read others’ mail. The function is two-part, so an administrator creates the question above, but someone must be assigned the export role to be able to receive and read the result (suggested to be the DPO).
With the Office 365 E5 license, you get Advanced E-Discovery that significantly helps to filter down relevant results.
Through the GDPR Toolbox, you quickly accessed relevant sections of the Security and Compliance Center that are linked to GDPR.
For example. Here you can automatically scan information and classify it based on criteria such as sensitive data or that the information contains specific words.
You can read more about what Microsoft itself writes from April 16th in their blog here: