In this Article:
This article will explain How to use Sensitive Data Definitions / Sensitive Data Types providing all the steps to configure them.
Sensitive Data Definitions:
When it comes to using Sensitive Data Definitions, there are a few settings that need to be configured, and some may appear to be redundant.
Here is a link to our User Guide - Sensitive Data Definitions section for your convenience:
Client User Guide Link:
Console User Guide Link:
The first step is to create the Sensitive Data Definition in your Sensitive Data Types – we created one with Near Distance of 40:
Create a Policy that includes that Sensitive Data Type – we created a Policy called “SDD Test”:
Go to Policy>Settings>Settings on the right panel>SensitiveDataEngine – set “EnableSensitiveDataDefinitions” to Enabled and we see “NearDistance” is set to a default of “50”, not 40 which was configured in the Sensitive Data Definition.
***Please note: You cannot use Sensitive Data Types and AnyFind Data Types in the same Policy. You must create a separate policy to search for each Data Type Category (AnyFind or Sensitive Data) individually.***