Use case: Create classifications with third-party tags

McAfee DLP can use Titus or Boldon James labels in classifications.

Before you begin

  1. Install the third-party API on the endpoints.
  2. In the Policy Catalog, open the current Windows Client Configuration. Select SettingsOperational Modes and Modules. Verify that Outlook Add-insActivate 3rd Party Add-in Integration is selected.
  3. In SettingsEmail Protection, in the Outlook 3rd Party Add-in Integration section, select Titus or Boldon James from the Vendor Name drop-down list.

Note: These settings affect the use of third-party tags with email only. You can use third-party tags with files without changing client configuration settings.

Titus and Boldon James are popular solutions for classifying and protectively labeling files and emails. McAfee DLP can integrate with these applications by calling the third-party API to identify tagged files and determine the tags. Classifications created with third-party tags can be applied email and to all protection and discovery rules that inspect files.

Note: Boldon James limitations:
  • Boldon James classifications are only supported on NTFS file systems.
  • Classifications must be in rules that use file information.
  • In screen capture protection rules, Boldon James only supports fingerprint classifications.

Task

  1. In McAfee ePO, select MenuData ProtectionClassification.
  2. Click New Classification.
  3. Type a unique name and an optional description.
  4. Click Actions, then select either New Content Classification Criteria or New Content Fingerprinting Criteria
  5. Select the Third Party tags property.
  6. Do one of the following:
    • Enter the Titus tag name and a value. Select the value definition from the drop-down list.
    • Enter the Boldon James selector name and the value.
    The value string entered can be defined as:
    • equals one of
    • equals all of
    • contains one of
    • contains all of
  7. (Optional) Click + and add another name / value pair.
  8. Click Save.