: Upload an Encrypted EDM Data Set to the DLP Cloud Service
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Upload an Encrypted EDM Data Set to the DLP Cloud Service

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Upload an Encrypted EDM Data Set to the DLP Cloud Service

Upload an encrypted Exact Data Matching (EDM) data set to the
Enterprise Data Loss Prevention (E-DLP)
cloud service.
Where Can I Use This?
What Do I Need?
  • Panorama
  • Strata Cloud Manager
  • Enterprise Data Loss Prevention (E-DLP)
    license
  • (
    Panorama
    ) Device management license
  • (
    Panorama
    ) Support license
  • (
    Panorama
    )
    Panorama
    plugin for
    Enterprise DLP
    1.0.4 or later
  • (
    Strata Cloud Manager
    )
    Prisma Access
    license
  • (
    Strata Cloud Manager
    )
    AIOps for NGFW Premium
    license
  • (
    Strata Cloud Manager
    )
    AIOps for NGFW Free
    license
Upload encrypted Exact Data Matching (EDM) data sets to the
Enterprise Data Loss Prevention (E-DLP)
cloud service using the EDM CLI application. The EDM CLI application supports a single EDM data set upload at a time.
  1. Create and encrypted EDM data set.
  2. If you’ve already configured the
    upload_config.properties
    file, navigate to the
    package-edm-secure-cli-<version>-<platform>
    directory where the
    upload_config.properties
    is located to modify the
    dataset_name
    value for the encrypted EDM data set you want to upload.
  3. Obtain the path for the encrypted EDM data set you created.
    In the
    package-edm-secure-cli-<version>-<platform>
    directory, open the folder containing the EDM data set and right-click the
    output.zip
    file to view the
    Properties
    . Copy the file
    Location
    .
  4. Open the terminal and navigate to the
    package-edm-secure-cli-<version>-<platform>
    directory where the EDM CLI application is located.
  5. Upload the encrypted EDM data set to the DLP cloud service.
    • Windows
      admin:
      edm-secure-cli.bat upload --dataset-zip-file <outpit.zip-file-location>
    • Linux
      admin:
      ./edm-secure-cli.sh upload --dataset-zip-file <outpit.zip-file-location>
  6. Verify that the EDM data set is uploaded to the DLP cloud service successfully.
    A progress bar and success message are displayed to notify you whether the upload is successful.
  7. Monitor the upload status of the DLP data set.
    The time it takes for an EDM data set uploaded to DLP cloud service to be available on the DLP app or
    Strata Cloud Manager
    depends on the EDM data set size and internet connectivity speed. For example, a 4GB EDM data set upload typically takes about 30 minutes to display in the DLP app and be usable in a data profile with EDM data sets.
    1. Log in to
      Strata Cloud Manager
      or the DLP app on the hub.
    2. Navigate to the list of uploaded EDM data sets.
      • DLP app on the hub—
        Select
        Detection Methods
        Exact Data Matching
        .
      • Strata Cloud Manager
        Select
        Manage
        Configuration
        Data Loss Prevention
        Detection Methods
        and select
        Exact Data Matching
        .
    3. The EDM data set upload is complete when the
      Indexing Status
      column displays
      Complete
      .

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