Use case: Application-based fingerprinting
You can classify content as sensitive according to the application that produced it.
In some cases, content can be classified as sensitive by the application that produces it. An example is top-secret military maps. These are JPEG files, typically produced by a specific US Air Force GIS application. By selecting this application in the fingerprinting criteria definition, all JPEG files produced by the application are tagged as sensitive. JPEG files produced by other applications are not tagged.
- In McAfee ePO, select .
- On the Definitions tab, select Application Template, then select .
- Enter a name, for example GIS Application, and optional description. Using one or more properties from the Available Properties list, define the GIS application. ClickSave.
- On the Classification tab, click New Classification, and enter a name, for example, GIS application, and optional definition. Click OK.
- Select .
The applications fingerprinting criteria page opens.
- In the Name field, enter a name for the tag, for example GIS tag.
- In the Applications field, select the GIS application created in step 1.
- From the list, select True File Type. In theValue field, select Graphic files [built-in].
The built-in definition includes JPEG, as well as other graphic file types. By selecting an application as well as a file type, only JPEG files produced by the application are included in the classification.
- Click Save, then select .