Sensitivity labels can now be assigned to meetings as part of Teams Premium.
This provides the ability to limit access to the meeting invite and responses in Outlook and Teams as well as the meeting and chat in Teams as well as enforce meeting options for the meeting. Sensitivity Labels will be best used in conjunction with meeting templates for the majority of users, whilst advanced users may wish to manually set the label on the meeting with or without meeting templates. More on meeting templates to follow.
In Microsoft 365, sensitivity labels are tags that can be applied to files and emails to indicate their level of sensitivity and to help control access to them. Sensitivity labels are designed to help organizations protect sensitive information and to meet compliance requirements, such as data protection regulations like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Sensitivity labels can be applied to files and emails in a variety of ways, including manually by users, automatically based on the contents of the file or email, or through rules and policies set up by administrators. Once a sensitivity label has been applied to a file or email, it can be used to enforce certain restrictions on access to the item, such as requiring additional authentication to view the item or preventing the item from being shared with external users.
In addition to controlling access to files and emails, sensitivity labels can also be used to trigger other actions, such as automatically classifying the item as a record in a records management system or applying additional security controls to the item.
Overall, sensitivity labels are a useful tool for helping organizations protect sensitive information and meet compliance requirements in Microsoft 365.