Advanced Data Governance: apply retention action to sensitive type
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Advanced Data Governance: apply retention action to sensitive type

January 8, 2020


Nishan DeSilva: Hello again. This is my final video I’m going to show you about the capability to actually apply a sensitive type retention. And what I’m going to show you is how we can take something like the U.K. Data Protection Act and what specific data that we can retain or delete as part of this capability I’m going to show you. This is also really going to be important for us as we think about GDPR, but let me show you how to do this. Let’s go ahead and create a label called U.K. Data. And I’m going to go ahead and say retention on. And then I can go ahead and create this label for let’s say U.K. Data I need to retain it for 12 years, for this demo purpose. And I’m going to go ahead and hit next. And I can create this label. And very similar to how I publish that label or to apply the label before as for our NDA contract, I can now go ahead and auto apply this label and here’s the really cool part here. I hit next and I actually have all these various capabilities as part of advanced data governance that’s available for you. So, here, I can come to privacy. And I can go down and click on what we were talking about earlier, which is the U.K. Right here. U.K. Data Protection Act. And you can see with the query and the intelligence part of machine learning and pattern recognition, we can now detect the U.K. insurance number, your passport, and Swift code. And I can review that very quickly. If I want to customize it, I can do that too. I hit next. And then I give it a name. And then I hit where I want that protected across the entire service or I can specify a location. And I hit auto apply. Great. So, now that you’ve seen how very easily you can create a sensitive type by creating a label, auto publishing that label, you can see how very easily you can actually take that U.K. Data Protection Act and retain information that’s important to that regulation. Very similar to some of the capabilities that we are working on for GDPR. Thank you for watching.

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