Learn how SaaS Security API makes it easy to change a
data violation status.
Violation management actions are available
for supported SaaS
apps. As a part of your violation management workflow, you’ll assess new
data violations that the service discovers and take action to reflect
the new status of the data violation. All data violations default
status. The action you choose results
in a change to the
data violation. You can filter on this
status at any time.
are two ways to change the status of data violations:
from SaaS Security web interface—Enables you to view all data proactively.
When you manage
data violations, status changes and notes are appended to the data
violation record for auditing purposes. All administrators can view
Log in to SaaS Security.
Do one of the following:
Multiple Data Violations
from SaaS Security)—Change
in bulk to resolve a group of data violations collectively. Select
the checkboxes for the data violations that you want to change in
bulk, then select an action in the table header.
Single Data Violation
from SaaS Security)—Click on
the row for the data violation to display the record for the data
violation. Select an action in the footer of the record, then add
notes to explain the status change.
from Slack)—Log in to Slack. Locate the
alert in the channel and explore the details provided. Choose
to display the record of the data violation
and to further investigate and manage on SaaS Security.
among the following actions:
Mark as Open
data poses a risk.
Mark as Resolved
—Sensitive data is no
longer a risk.
Mark as Ignored
—Sensitive data is not
against the organization’s policy or the asset owner’s job responsibilities
necessitate the sensitive data identified.
the Delete icon to permanently delete the record of the data violation.