Egnyte Protect can search your content for common keywords such as industry terminology, standard codes, and names of registered entities. These keywords are available to you as built-in lists such as Common Financial Statement Terms and US Hospital names, which are further grouped under information categories such as Financial, Healthcare, etc. You can select any of these built-in keyword lists in your Custom Policy to find a file containing any of the included keywords.
Note: Although built-in keywords and built-in patterns are both located under Sensitive Content Patterns, they're mutually exclusive. The built-in patterns look for patterns of data, not specific keywords in a list.
Enable Built-in Keywords
- Navigate to Settings, expand Content Classification, and select Policies from the list. Then, scroll down and click Add Custom Policy.
- When adding a Custom Policy, click on the Configure button for Sensitive Content Patterns.
- From here, you can select any of the available built-in keyword lists in any category as part of your Custom Policy. Click the arrow next to the category to see the available options.
The available built-in keyword lists under each information category are:
FinancialCommon Financial Statement Terms: Includes keywords such as “Accounts Payable”, “Operating Expenses” etc. that are commonly found in US GAAP financial statements.
Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs): List of investment advisors registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission such as “Morgan Stanley”, “Charles Schwab” etc.
Bank Names: List of banks and credit unions in the jurisdictions: United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, China (incl. Hong Kong and Macau SARs), India, Japan, Brazil, and Singapore.
Personal Finance Terms: Includes keywords like "Mortgage", "Line of Credit", "Trustee", etc that are commonly associated with personal bank accounts.
Current Procedure Terminology (CPT) codes: List of medical codes maintained by the American Medical Association to report medical, surgical, and diagnostic procedures. The CPT codes are also identified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services as Level 1 of the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS).
International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) codes: List of medical codes created by the World Health Organization for diseases, signs, and symptoms, health complaints, and external causes of injuries and diseases.
US FDA Drug Names: List of generic and brand names of prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, and therapeutic products approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.
Hospital Names: List of hospitals and medical centers in the United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, China (incl. Hong Kong and Macau SARs), India, Japan, Brazil, and Singapore.
U.S. Munitions List: List of articles, services, and related technology designated as a defense- and space-related by the United States federal government.
AECA Debarred Parties: List of all entities and individuals included on the AECA Debarred Parties list.
US DoD Export Control and Distribution List: US DoD notices to accompany the dissemination of export-controlled sensitive data.
CorporateConfidential Document Markers: Includes keywords such as “confidential”, “restricted” etc. that indicate that a document is confidential or restricted.
- Once you've selected the appropriate patterns, click Save to create the Custom Policy.
- If a file contains a keyword from the selected lists, it will be matched against your Custom Policy.