With Reveal, you can detect sensitive unstructured data at rest on endpoints across an entire IT environment. Use Reveal to continuously monitor for artifacts that match patterns. When sensitive content that matches a pattern is discovered, you can label the files where the content exists and further analyze or take action on them to address regulatory compliance, information security, or data privacy issues.
Rule sets group related rules that are collectively used for a specific purpose, such as evaluating compliance with a particular standard, and target rules to specific groups of endpoints.
Create and apply rule sets to provide the most relevant Reveal capabilities to specific groups of endpoints. For example, you can create rule sets that apply rules that discover sensitive data specific to financial information or health records.
Reveal features the following rule sets:
PCI standards help companies that accept, process, store, and transmit credit card information to maintain a secure environment.
HIPAA standards help protect sensitive patient health data.
GDPR standards help protect personal data and ensure European Union compliance.
CCPA standards help protect personal data and ensure State of California compliance.
With rules, you can specify patterns to match in specific types of files and perform an action on either the file or the endpoint when Reveal discovers a match. For example, you could add a 'confidential' label to all of the text documents where a social security number pattern matches.
You can create multiple rules to evaluate content on the same files on each endpoint. For example, you can create a rule that detects credit card numbers, a rule that detects social security numbers, and a rule that detects email addresses, and evaluate each rule on specific types of files. The results of each rule indicate which files contain matches for which pattern. Results are categorized by each rule so that you can quickly locate pattern matches.
In Reveal, a pattern is an expression that matches entities that can otherwise be hidden in the context of other information.
For example, a pattern could match an entity such as a credit card number or email address. Such a pattern could be assigned to a rule to match entities in unstructured data such as a word processing document, text file, PDF document, or spreadsheet. Reveal provides patterns for several types of sensitive information, such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, and email addresses. To extend the list, contact your TAM for assistance.
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