We need to protect data based on the risk. You may have heard me talk About RMS (Right Management Service) or AIP (Azure information Protection). Here is an article on an tool that will help you find and automatically classify file for you.
This article is for the current general availability version of the Azure Information Protection scanner.
If you are looking for deployment instructions for the current preview of the scanner, which includes configuration from the Azure portal, see Deploying the preview version of the Azure Information Protection scanner to automatically classify and protect files.
Use this information to learn about the Azure Information Protection scanner, and then how to successfully install, configure, and run it.
This scanner runs as a service on Windows Server and lets you discover, classify, and protect files on the following data stores:
- Local folders on the Windows Server computer that runs the scanner.
- UNC paths for network shares that use the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol.
- Sites and libraries for SharePoint Server 2016 and SharePoint Server 2013. SharePoint 2010 is also supported for customers who have extended support for this version of SharePoint.
To scan and label files on cloud repositories, use Cloud App Security.
Overview of the Azure Information Protection scanner
When you have configured your Azure Information Protection policy for labels that apply automatic classification, files that this scanner discovers can then be labeled. Labels apply classification, and optionally, apply protection or remove protection:
The scanner can inspect any files that Windows can index, by using IFilters that are installed on the computer. Then, to determine if the files need labeling, the scanner uses the Office 365 built-in data loss prevention (DLP) sensitivity information types and pattern detection, or Office 365 regex patterns. Because the scanner uses the Azure Information Protection client, it can classify and protect the same file types.
You can run the scanner in discovery mode only, where you use the reports to check what would happen if the files were labeled. Or, you can run the scanner to automatically apply the labels. You can also run the scanner to discover files that contain sensitive information types, without configuring labels for conditions that apply automatic classification.
Note that the scanner does not discover and label in real time. It systematically crawls through files on data stores that you specify, and you can configure this cycle to run once, or repeatedly.
You can specify which file types to scan, or exclude from scanning. To restrict which files the scanner inspects, define a file types list by using Set-AIPScannerScannedFileTypes.
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