Creating a DLP Template

  1. Go to Policies > Policy Objects > DLP Templates.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Click Add to create a new entry.

    • Click an entry to change the settings.

  3. Type a name. The name must not exceed 256 characters in length and cannot contain a vertical bar (|).
  4. Type a description that does not exceed 512 characters.
  5. Under Condition Statement, do the following to create a condition statement:
    1. Select a logical operator.
      Note:

      Use logical operators carefully when configuring condition statements. Incorrect usage leads to an erroneous condition statement that will likely produce unexpected results. For examples of correct usage, see Condition Statements and Logical Operators.

    2. Select a data identifier type.
    3. Select a data identifier.
      Tip:

      To search for a data identifier, type the full or partial name of the data identifier.

    4. For expressions, specify the number of occurrences.
    5. To add additional conditions, click the add icon ().

      To remove a condition from the statement, click the delete icon ().

    6. Click Add to add the condition statement to the Template Definition table.
  6. Under Template Definition, select a logical operator for each definition.
    Note:

    Use logical operators carefully when configuring condition statements. Incorrect usage leads to an erroneous condition statement that will likely produce unexpected results. For examples of correct usage, see Condition Statements and Logical Operators.

  7. To delete a definition from the template, click the trash bin icon.
  8. Click Save.