Sensitivity tags help you identify the data sensitivity of teams and groups at a glance. Create sensitivity tags and collaborate with team and group owners so the right security settings can be applied, and your data can remain secure.
Monitor how sensitivity tags are being applied and used from the Dashboard, Manage page, Activity page, and Settings.
From the Dashboard
Select Dashboard from the sidebar, then select Sensitivity to view your Sensitivity tags dashboard.
Here you can find information on the evolution of sensitivity tags for teams in your environment, including trends over time, who is taking action, and what sensitivity tags are being applied.
For more information on how to get the most out of your Dashboards, check out Dashboard overview.
Tip: Watch for a Recommendation on sensitivity mismatches, so you can take action right away.
To filter your teams and groups by sensitivity tag:
- Select Manage from the sidebar.
- Use the radio buttons to filter between your Teams or all Groups.
- Click Sensitivity to expand the section.
- Check the box beside the sensitivity tag(s) you want to filter the teams or groups with.
Select the tile Teams/Groups without sensitivity. Among the information displayed, this tile shows you:
- The teams or groups in your environment that do not have a sensitivity tag.
- The purpose tag (i.e. the business purpose) of the teams or groups.
Filter by activity type so you can monitor updates to team or group sensitivity tags:
- Select Activity from the sidebar.
- Use the radio button to filter between your Teams or all Groups.
- Select Purpose and sensitivity tags to expand the section.
- Check the box beside sensitivity added, sensitivity changed, and/or sensitivity removed.
For more information on a specific team or group, select that row to open the team and group details.
For visibility on the number of teams and groups with a particular sensitivity tag applied:
- Select Settings from the sidebar.
- Select Policies.
- Expand the Sensitivity tags section.
- The number of teams and groups with that sensitivity tag applied shows on each sensitivity tag type. For example: