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Forcepoint DLP

Forcepoint DLP users need to identify the classification tags created by Spirion and assign actions (e.g., block, move, copy, allow) to specific Spirion classification and protection tags in Forcepoint DLP.   

Spirion applies persistent classifications tags s on files (e.g., .docx, .xlsx, .ppt, .pdf etc.) based on your organizational policy. If a file contains sensitive content, it may be marked as Private or Sensitive by the user in a Microsoft Office product or automatically marked based on rules created by an Spirion administrator using workflow rules.  

In Forcepoint DLP, a custom policy’s Analyzed Fields configuration to search specifically through the file metadata for Spirion classification tags. using the File Labeling classifier.  

To assign actions to specific Spirion classification tags, you must create a custom DLP policy that contains a rule for the unique classification tag. 

Spirion Products:
Sensitive Data Manager and Sensitive Data Platform

Other Products:
Forcepoint DLP version 8.9 or later. 

Required Skills & Technology:
Ability to modify and execute a local PowerShell script from a SDM workflow or an SDP playbook.

Released: 08/15/2023

For More Information:

Spirion CEO Kevin Coppins