Create and configure an Enterprise Data Loss Prevention
(DLP) data pattern.
Enterprise DLP data patterns specify what content is
sensitive and needs to be protected—this is the content you’re filtering.
Predefined data patterns
and built-in settings make it
easy for you to protect files that contain certain file properties
(such as document title or author), credit card numbers, regulated
information from different countries (such as driver’s license numbers),
and third-party DLP labels.
To improve detection rates for sensitive data in your organization,
you can supplement predefined data patterns by creating
that are specific to your content inspection and
data protection requirements. In a custom data pattern, you can
also define regular expressions and file properties to look for
metadata or attributes in the file’s custom or extended properties
and use it in a data filtering profile.
If you’re using Panorama to manage next-gen firewalls
or Prisma Access:
Predefined data patterns are
built-in. You cannot create a custom data pattern in cloud management;
however, any custom data patterns you create in SaaS Security are
visible to you in cloud management and available for you to use
for DLP enforcement.