Assign the highly confidential sensitivity label to the email_address column in the anonymized_orders table. If you have already found and hidden the sensitive data automatically with a data classification, no need to follow those steps.
Before you begin
You have been assigned an object role with the Data Management capability.
- You have been assigned an object role with the Data Classification Editing capability.
The highly confidential label identifies highly confidential data, it includes customer private data (PII protected under GDPR).
About this task
In the search box, type in email columns.
The email_address columns from the ACME customer hub database display in the search results.
- On the toolbar, click Columns and select the Grid view.
Drag and drop the Sensitivity Label column from
Available columns to Selected
columns to display it.
Sensitivity labels may already have been automatically assigned to some columns.
- Select all the email_address columns.
- Right-click and select Edit.
Select Sensitivity Label, Replace
in the Action column, and Highly
Confidential in the Value column.
- Click Ok.
Open the details page of the email_address column. The
Highly Confidential sensitivity label is displayed in
- Go to the details page of the anonymized_orders table.
Click the Data Sample tab.
The email_address column data is grayed out.When previewing sample data from the anonymized_orders table without the Object role with the Data Management Capability, data values of PII are replaced with a string of # number signs.
You are ready to tag the table to indicate that it is compliant with the data protection rules. For the next step, see Labelling a data asset.