Create a File Property Data Pattern on Cloud Management

Create an Enterprise data loss prevention (DLP) file property data pattern for Prisma Access (Cloud Managed) and SaaS Security on Cloud Management.
Create an Enterprise data loss prevention (DLP) data pattern using file properties for Prisma Access (Cloud Managed) and SaaS Security on Cloud Management to specify the match criteria and identify patterns that represent sensitive information on your network. All data patterns you create are shared across all Prisma Access (Cloud Managed) and SaaS Security deployments associated with the tenant. After you successfully create a custom data pattern, it is automatically synchronized to the DLP app on the hub. All file property data patterns created on Cloud Management can be edited and copied as needed.
  1. Select
    Security Services
    Data Loss Prevention
    Detection Methods
    Data Patterns
  2. Add Data Patterns
    and select
    File Property
    You can also create a new file property data pattern by copying an existing file property data pattern. To copy a custom data pattern, select the data pattern name to view the data pattern details and copy ( ). You can then configure the file property data pattern you copied as needed.
  3. Enter a descriptive
    Data Pattern Name
  4. (
    ) Enter a
    for the data pattern.
  5. Define the file property data pattern.
    For data governance and protection of information, if you use classification labels or embed tags in MS Office and PDF documents to include more information for audit and tracking purposes, you can create a file property data pattern to match on the metadata or attributes that are part of the custom or extended properties in the file. Regardless whether you use an automated classification mechanism, such as Titus, or whether require users to add a tag, you can specify a name-value pair on which to match on a custom or extended property embedded in the file.
    Enterprise DLP supports file property data patterns in MS Office and PDF documents and supports both the OLE (.doc/.ppt) and XML (.docx/.pptx) formats of MS Office.
    1. Select the
      File Property Type
      You can select
      Extended Property
      Custom Property
      , or leave the blank based on the file property you want to inspect.
      Leave the
      File Property Type
      empty if you plan to use
      as the file property
      . This is required to successfully match traffic against the
      file property.
    2. Enter the file property
      For files protected with Microsoft Azure Information Protection (AIP), you must enter the full AIP label
      that you want to take action on. This can be either the
      label name or the
      label name.
    3. Select the file property
    4. (
      Add File Property
      to define additional file property patterns.
  6. Save
    the data pattern.

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