SharePoint Compliance currently at your disposal. Auditing in SharePoint isn't so straight forward, it needs to be turned on by Site Collection before Auditing still isn't available on viewing content and a few other things like Deletion Policies haven't made their way to our Compliance Center Console.
Create a document deletion policy in SharePoint Server 2016. Organizations are often required to retain documents for a certain period of time due to compliance, legal, or other regulations. However, retaining documents for longer than required can expose the organization to legal risk.
Customization via SharePoint Designer, use of "Features", and integration with external data List of SharePoint features to be considered in WCM/publishing governance plans (prior to SharePoint 13) Audience Targeting Audit Policies Automated content routing Backup and Restore Blocked File Types Branding
The compliance checks are written based on community best practice guidance and security policies, such CIS benchmarks. For Windows systems, the compliance audits can verify password complexity, system settings, registry values and most settings that can be described in a Windows policy file.
The end user has the choice to update Java, block the content from running in the browser, or continue launching the application with the current version of the JRE (not recommended). Additional warnings may be suppressed until a new release of the Java is available by selecting the “Do not ask again until the next update is available ...
Blocking user from signing in to Office 365 is essentially the same with disable that user account. While blocked and suspended, no one can sign in as the user, but the account can continue to receive email messages and all data is not removed. Note that only administrators can block or unblock a user.
Problem: When trying to delete a SharePoint Online site collection, getting error message "Can't Delete Site: A compliance policy is currently Find the Retention policy which is protecting SharePoint, or there maybe a rule protecting everything in Microsoft 365, depends on your settings.