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Configuring Web Settings > Configure Content Classifiers
Configure Content Classifiers
Use the Web > Policy Management > Content Classifiers page to classify your data using custom phrases, dictionaries, or regular expressions containing business-specific terms or data. This can help to prevent the loss of intellectual property or sensitive data over the web.
Once content classifiers are defined, select the classifiers that you want to enable for the policy using the Data Security tab in the policy. (See Custom for instructions.)
You can use more than one classifier in your policies to reduce false positives.
 
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To edit or view a content classifier
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Click OK when you're done.
To delete a content classifier
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Click Delete.
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To define a new content classifier
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Click Add and select one of the following:
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Regular expression: used to describe a set of search criteria based on syntax rules. For example: (abc{21,40}){1,30}
See Regular expression content classifiers.
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Key phrase: a keyword or phrase that indicates sensitive or proprietary data (such as product code names or patents).
See Key phrase content classifiers.
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Dictionary: a container for words and expressions relating to your business.
See Dictionary content classifiers.
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Instructions for completing the fields for each classifier type is provided in the topics referenced in step 1.
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