Netskope Help

Microsoft Office 365 Teams Dashboard

The API Data Protection dashboard provides deep insights on all files, messages, and users within the cloud app instance. Administrators can use the personalized dashboard to perform ad hoc, real-time queries that can quickly group, filter, and drill-down on contextualized data and transactions across an enterprise organization’s cloud activities at a scale and granularity.

After your Microsoft Office 365 Teams account is set up on the Netskope tenant, the API Data Protection dashboard is automatically populated with the relevant messages (with violations), users, and teams data. An API Data Protection policy with a data loss prevention (DLP) profile is needed to view relevant violation information.

Once you log in to the Netskope UI tenant, click API Data Protection on the left navigation pane. The pane displays a list of apps. Click the Microsoft Teams app to view the dashboard statistics.

Microsoft Teams Dashboard Components

The Microsoft Teams dashboard consists of the following components:

  • Messages: The Messages section provides a high-level overview on the status as well as statistics of message exposure, violations of messages and attachments. You can search for messages that may violate corporate policy.

    You can click the numerical value of the messages to get a detailed view of all the messages with violations. The table shows the time the message was sent, the sender email ID, the exposure type, the name of the policy that triggered the violation, the location of the violation, the channel and team name.

    You can click a table entry to get a detailed view of the message ID, team type, DLP violation, the file name in question, and more.

    You can sort and filter the data as well.

  • Users & Teams: The Users & Teams section provides a high-level overview on the status as well as statistics of users, both guest and internal, users with violations, teams, both private and public. You have the ability to search for users that may violate corporate policy.

    Yo can click the numerical value of the users to get a detailed view of all the users. The table shows the username, user type, messages with violations, and the number of teams the user belongs to.

    You can click a table entry to get a detailed view of the user like the user type, full administrator status, and DLP violations on attachment and messages, if any.

    You can click the numerical value of the teams to get a detailed view of all the teams. The table shows the name of the team, total number of users in the team, total number of guests in the team, number of violated messages, and the owner of the team.

    You can click a table entry to get a detailed view of the team like the team moderator, number of internal and guest members, team creation date, and usernames of team members, both guest and internal.

    You can sort and filter the data as well.

You can click any of the graph values to get a detailed view of messages with violations, users, and teams.