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Continuous compliance from Office 365

Welcome to the place where we share our commitments and information about security, privacy, and compliance.

Kamal Janardhan tells how organizations achieve intelligent compliance with Office 365.

Compliance solutions for Office 365

Effectively manage your organization’s data, comply with legal and regulatory requirements, and monitor actions taken on your data using integrated Office 365 compliance solutions for Archiving, eDiscovery, Advanced eDiscovery, and Auditing.

  • Use Office 365 in-place capabilities to simplify the eDiscovery process and quickly identify relevant data while decreasing cost and risk.
  • Store, archive, retain, and discover data in place across Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, and Skype for Business.
  • Monitor and investigate actions taken on your data, intelligently identify risks, contain and respond to threats, and protect valuable intellectual property.

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Microsoft security certifications

Independent verification

  • Our service is verified to meet the requirements specified in ISO 27001, European Union (EU) Model Clauses, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Business Associate Agreement (HIPAA BAA), and the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).
  • Our data processing agreement details the privacy, security, and handling of customer data, which helps you comply with local regulations.

Proactive approach to regulatory compliance

  • We have built over 900 controls in the Office 365 compliance framework that enable us to stay up to date with the ever-evolving industry standards.
  • A specialist compliance team continuously tracks standards and regulations, developing common control sets for our product team to build into the service.

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WIPRO gets eDiscovery and Legal Hold capabilities from Exchange Online

We’re very excited about the eDiscovery and Legal Hold capabilities … we get with Microsoft Exchange Online. Using them will help us simplify … compliance with regulatory requirements.—Arup Sanyal

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Title of paper Compliance Framework for Industry Standards and Regulations, read the paper by downloading the file now

Office 365 Compliance Framework for Industry Standards and Regulations

This compliance framework is designed to give customers visibility into Office 365 compliance with global, regional, and industry standards.

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 Top 10 lists page on the Office Trust Center, go to the list of top 10 compliance areas of Office 365

Top 10 compliance standards of Office 365

To help you determine the security and trustworthiness of cloud productivity services, we have identified privacy and security considerations to inform your decision.

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Blog article featuring information about Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery, read the article on the Office Blog

Reduce your eDiscovery costs and challenges

Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery integrates Equivio machine learning, predictive coding, and text analytics to make sorting through large quantities of data for eDiscovery easier and less expensive.

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Introduction to encryption in Office 365 white paper

This white paper introduces encryption in Office 365. It explains what encryption is and why it’s an important tool in keeping your data secure and private, and it lays out the encryption options in Office 365.

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Microsoft supports self-service audits infographic

Learn how Microsoft’s self-service audit tools help financial services organizations assess and prove regulatory compliance.

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How financial services organizations can improve their data governance

Learn how Microsoft 365 can help financial institutions reduce compliance risk by ensuring customers preserve high value data for the proper period of time to help comply with regulations such as SEC 17a-4 and MiFID II.

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