We're looking to leverage Palo Data Filtering to provide some DLP in our enterprise. PANOS 8.0.12 on a 5020 pair.
Microsoft shop running Win 10, and we have implemented Microsoft Azure Information Protection (AIP), which is MS's labeling/protection mechanism.
MS Publishes the DLP Tag information here. They call it a 'Custom Property.' I have the GUIDs for the tags we use from our MS guys.
How do I setup a Custom Data Pattern to match that? If you pick a file property for file type MS Word, your options are:
I know TITUS is a proprietary DLP solution. Sensitivity and Classification don't seem to work. Something else? Trial and error? Or do we have to do this via REGEX?
Solved! Go to Solution.
@David_Ball - Were you able to get this working? I am in the same situation-- would you mind sharing waht you did to get this to work? Possibly even share your RegEx if you could please?
No, I haven't messed with it much. We did put in a Feature Request to get Palo to recongize the AIP data tags. Contact your sales engineer to get on the request. Its FR 9958.
I'll hopefully get to play with the REGEX more this week. I'll let you know if I get anything functional.
We did put in a Feature Request to get Palo to recongize the AIP data tags. Contact your sales engineer to get on the request. Its FR 9958.
Thx for mentionning the FR ID. I added the ID to the consolidated list here in the Live community: https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/General-Topics/Feature-Request-List/td-p/209128/
There were some updates in Content Update version 8129 regarding Azure Information Protection Data Labels:
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