High sensitivity data—if compromised or destroyed in an unauthorized transaction, high sensitivity data would negatively impact the organization or individuals. For example, financial records, intellectual property, authentication data. To make it possible to easily classify sensitive data, we've created auto-classification features to identify PII data and help you mark it as sensitive easily. Once you identify a table as PII, viewers won't be able to view the data without getting the admins permission.
Once you've integrated your resources, you are ready to classify and categorize your data. The first step is to go to the settings tab and open the data section in the settings:
On this tab, you will see auto-recommended tables that may contain PII data. In the above example, 42 tables were identified with PII data and multiple columns in certain tables were flagged as PII.
Once you've scanned through the recommendations, you can choose to add PIII data to all tables or to manually add PII classifications to specific tables.
Additionally, you can tag tables as PII directly on the table view, displayed below