Create a schedule for a report in the Security & Compliance Center
In the Security & Compliance Center, several reports and insights are available to help your organization's security team mitigate and address threats to your organization. If you're a member of your organization's security team, you can create a schedule for a report. The schedule you create can include a custom date ranges to suit your organization.
Create a schedule for a report
Make sure that you have the necessary permissions to perform this task. In general, Office 365 global administrators, security administrators, and security readers can access reports in the Security & Compliance Center. To learn more about permissions, see Permissions in the Office 365 Security & Compliance Center.
In the Security & Compliance Center, go to Reports > Dashboard.
Choose one of the following reports:
- DLP policy matches
- Exchange Transport Rule
- DLP false positives and overrides
- Office 365 ATP file types
- Office 365 ATP message disposition
- Malware detected in email
- Top malware
- Top senders and recipients
- Spoof detections
- Spam detections
- Sent and received email
- DLP incidents
- Encryption report
For this example, we'll choose the Advanced Threat Protection File Types report.
In the upper left corner of the report, choose + Create schedule.
(NOTE: Not all reports have the + Create schedule button.)
The Create schedule dialog box opens.
Keep the default settings and choose Create schedule, or choose Customize schedule.
If you choose to customize your report schedule, you can specify the report's frequency, a sender's email address, and a recipient's email address.
Once you have created a schedule for a report, that report will be delivered via email to recipients' email addresses automatically.