Topic 3, Litware Inc.
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Litware, Inc. is a technology research company. The company has a main office in Montreal and a branch office in Seattle.
The network contains an on-premises Active Directory domain named litware.com.
The domain contains the users shown in the following table.
Microsoft Cloud Environment
Litware has a Microsoft 365 subscription that contains a verified domain named litware.com. The subscription syncs to the on-premises domain.
Litware uses Microsoft Intune for device management and has the enrolled devices shown in the following table.
Litware.com contains the security groups shown in the following table.
Litware uses Microsoft SharePoint Online and Microsoft Teams for collaboration.
The verified domain is linked to an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant named litware.com. Audit log search is turned on for the litware.com tenant.
Litware identifies the following issues:
✑ Users open email attachments that contain malicious content.
✑ Devices without an assigned compliance policy show a status of Compliant.
✑ User1 reports that the Sensitivity option in Microsoft Office for the web fails to appear.
✑ Internal product codes and confidential supplier ID numbers are often shared during Microsoft Teams meetings and chat sessions that include guest users and external users.
Litware plans to implement the following changes:
✑ Implement device configuration profiles that will configure the endpoint protection template settings for supported devices.
✑ Configure information governance for Microsoft OneDrive, SharePoint Online, and Microsoft Teams.
✑ Implement data loss prevention (DLP) policies to protect confidential information.
✑ Grant User2 permissions to review the audit logs of he litware.com tenant.
✑ Deploy new devices to the Seattle office as shown in the following table.
✑ Implement a notification system for when DLP policies are triggered.
✑ Configure a Safe Attachments policy for the litware.com tenant.
Litware identifies the following technical requirements:
✑ Retention settings must be applied automatically to all the data stored in SharePoint Online sites, OneDrive accounts, and Microsoft Teams channel messages, and the data must be retained for five years.
✑ Emails messages that contain attachments must be delivered immediately, and placeholder must be provided for the attachments until scanning is complete.
✑ All the Windows 10 devices in the Seattle office must be enrolled in Intune automatically when the devices are joined to or registered with Azure AD.
✑ Devices without an assigned compliance policy must show a status of Not Compliant in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.
A notification must appear in the Microsoft 365 compliance center when a DLP policy is triggered.
User2 must be granted the permissions to review audit logs for the following activities:
- Admin activities in Microsoft Exchange Online
- Admin activities in SharePoint Online
- Admin activities in Azure AD
Users must be able to apply sensitivity labels to documents by using Office for the web.
Windows Autopilot must be used for device provisioning, whenever possible.
A DLP policy must be created to meet the following requirements:
- Confidential information must not be shared in Microsoft Teams chat sessions, meetings, or channel messages.
- Messages that contain internal product codes or supplier ID numbers must be blocked and deleted.
The principle of least privilege must be used.
You need to create the DLP policy to meet the technical requirements.
What should you configure first?
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