Sensitive Content Alerts, HIPAA & SOX Policies, New Built-in Keyword Lists, and More! (10/13/2017)

Sensitive Content alerts

You can now define alerts for Sensitive Content. Alerts are sent when new locations containing Sensitive Content locations are found or when updates to existing locations are detected. A location is considered updated if either the risk score for the location changes or the policies matching the location change.

You can choose to receive alerts on all locations or only on locations with unpermitted content. You can also set a minimum risk threshold for these alerts.


GDPR classification policy GA

The GDPR classification policy now identifies PII from all 27 EU member state plus the United Kingdom. As such, we are moving the feature out of Beta into general availability.

HIPAA classification policy

A new HIPAA classification policy is available that identifies:

  • a PII / PHI match in proximity of
    • an FDA prescription drug name
    • an ICD-10 code or a ICD-10 medical ailment/disease
    • A CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) 2017 code or a medical procedure term
    • an NPI number or DEA number
  • Medicare CMS forms
  • EDI X12 electronic medical record files

Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) classification policy

A new SOX classification policy is available that identifies forms required by the SEC Fair Disclosure, Regulation D:

  • 10-K, 10-Q, 6-K, 8-A, 8-K, Form 10, 10-D, 11-K, 13-F, 20-F, CB, 40-F, SCI, S-1, S-11, Form 144

New built-in keyword lists

The following built-in keyword lists have been added:

  • Current Procedure Terminology (CPT) codes
  • International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) codes
  • Corporate Information
    • IRS Employer Identification numbers
    • National Provider Identifier (NPI) numbers
    • DEA Registration numbers

Location search in Sensitive Content view

You can now filter the Sensitive Content view by specifying a location search string. This search operates like the search filter on the Issues tab, except it searches against the Location column. If a search string begins with a ‘/’ then the search is absolute - it only matches locations starting with the search string.


Quick-switching from Issues to Sensitive Content views

An “eye” icon now shows next to sensitive content policy tags when they appear for a given issue in the detail pane of the Issues view. For issues whose subject is a file, clicking on the icon will open the match viewer for the file. For issues whose subject is a folder, clicking on the icon will switch to the Sensitive Content view, filtered down to the relevant folder path.

This allows you to quickly view the sensitive content related to a given issue.





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