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Custom sensitive information types are used to help prevent inadvertent or inappropriate sharing of sensitive information. As an administrator, you can use the Security & Compliance Center or PowerShell to define a custom sensitive information type based on patterns, evidence (keywords such as employee, badge, ID, and so on), character proximity (how close evidence is to characters in a particular pattern), and confidence levels. Such custom sensitive information types meet business needs for many organizations
- Blog: New Exact Data Match (EDM) classification helps you better detect and protect sensitive information.
- Create custom sensitive information types with Exact Data Match based classification.
This webinar was presented on Wed Apr 22nd, 2020, and the recording can be found here.
Attached to this post are:
- The FAQ document that summarizes the questions and answers that came up over the course of both Webinars; and
- A PDF copy of the presentation.
Thanks to those of you who participated during the two sessions and if you haven’t already, don’t forget to check out our resources available on the Tech Community.
@Adam Bell on behalf of the MIP and Compliance CXE team