Microsoft Purview is getting a new reports page to prevent IP theft

The new reports page is coming to Purview in January 2024.

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Key notes

  • The feature will be previewed later this month.
  • It will become generally available in 2024.
  • The new reports page will facilitate the management of security alerts.
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If your organization has been using Microsoft Purview to protect its data across devices, clouds, and platforms, then you should know that the tool is getting a new reports page very soon.

And by very soon, we mean that the new reports page will have a preview somewhere over the next few days, according to Microsoft 365’s roadmap.

After the preview, the rollout is scheduled to take place in January, so you’ll still have to wait a few months, to properly use it.

For an IT admin, the new reports page will bring together all the existing charts in the current alert page. This way, you’ll be able to manage them easier, by accessing them in one place and analyzing them much better.

A new reports page will be available in Insider Risk Management. The three charts available on the alerts page — including total alerts that need review, average time to resolve alerts, and alerts summary — will be moving to the new reports page.


The benefits of the Purview’s new reports page

Purview’s new reports page will make it easier for you to analyze and compare potential malicious or inadvertent insider risks, by having all the data in one place.

IP theft, data leakage, and security violations will be much easier to spot, observe, and resolve, in case the situation demands it. For IT admins, this feature will save a lot of time and energy, effectively allowing them to carefully and efficiently review each purview reports page

Plus, the new reports page will make it easier for IT admins to handle and set up new policies, and review their usefulness. By reviewing each report that a policy has, an IT admin will be able to change it accordingly, without having to set a back and forth between different pages.

According to Microsoft, users will be pseudonymized by default, meaning you, as an IT admin, and your colleagues won’t know your identities when submitting reports or reviewing them.

Built with privacy by design, users are pseudonymized by default, and role-based access controls and audit logs are in place to help ensure user-level privacy.


Microsoft Purview‘s new reports page will have a first preview in September 2023, and it will be released in January 2024, to all of the Purview’s customers.

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