You can create a custom classification to detect sensitive keywords that are found in the header and/or footer of Word or PowerPoint files. You can use this classification in your data protection policies for protecting sensitive data sent outside of your organization.
- In Skyhigh CASB, select Policy > DLP Policies > Classifications.
- From the Classifications list, select the Sensitive category.
- From the help box on the right, click Create.
- Enter a name for this classification. For example, Top Secret. Enter an optional description to describe its use or purpose.
- Click Select Criteria and select Dictionary. The available dictionaries appear in the right pane.
- Create a custom dictionary with the keywords you want detected as classified information.
- From the Dictionaries menu, click Create. Enter a name and optional description for the dictionary. For example, Top Secret.
- Click Add to add keywords to your dictionary. For example, Confidential, and Internal use only.
- Click Save. The dictionary Top Secret is added to your dictionaries list.
- From the dictionaries list, search for the Top Secret dictionary.
- Select the checkmark next to the dictionary. The dictionary Top Secret is added to your classification criteria. Leave the default score as .
- Click And and select File Extensions.
- From the File extensions list, select the Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint file extensions. You can click a file extension name to view its details.
- Click And and select Location in File. Select Header and Footer.
- Click Save.
- The classification Top Secret is added to the Classifications list, in the Sensitive category.
The classification Top Secret can now be added to a data protection policy.