How can you ensure that your users are not accidentally (or intentionally) sending out sensitive or restricted information?
SendGuard can scan email contents (body, subject and attachments) for specific words or data patterns and warn/block users if it finds any potentially sensitive or restricted content.
IT admins can configure SendGuard DLP to scan emails for Credit Cards, Social Security Number, Profanity Lists. Regular Expressions (Regex) can be used to define any search pattern or word list.
The prompts can also be configured to allow different options based on the severity of the information detected (e.g. block the email or allow with user confirmation).
SendGuard can be configured to keep a log if users choose to send out an email despite the warning.
You can define what you want scanned and the associated actions either in the registry or on the DLP tab of the settings screen.
You can define multiple DLP Rules on this screen. Each new rule must start on a new line and end with a semi-colon (;).
Each DLP content has 3 parts to it, these are:
You can also change the registry key directly:
The format for the setting is similar to the instructions above.
Note that each different DLP Rule will need to be end with a semi-colon. You do not need to put in line breaks.
The settings can be pushed out using ADMX/ADML files and GPO (or your preferred deployment software).
It is recommended that you test the DLP rules using the SendGuard settings screen before deployment.
Please contact us at email@example.com for our Administrators Guide and the ADMX/ADML files (or if you need help with your DLP Rules).
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