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How to configure DLP policy to block personal facebook login

NOTE: Before you begin DLP configuration it is important to check if the DLP service is running.

You can do so by going to DLP-> DLP Policies -> DLP Service

Once you check that the DLP Service is running, you can begin your configuration.

To create a new DLP policy to block personal Facebook login, go to DLP -> DLP Policies -> DLP Template.

To add a new DLP policy template, click on  icon.

Click on Add button and add a new DLP template

To add from Available DLP templates to selected DLP Templates, select the template and click on  button.

To remove Selected DLP Templates, press  button.

You can also Select the already existing template and edit it. For instance, select the template FacebookCompanyLoginblock and specify the following information.

In the filters, you can specify the details of your company in the place of “” This will allow only your company login to be accessed while the rest of the personal logins attempted will be blocked.

Now add these templates into your DLP policy by going to DLP -> DLP policies -> DLP policy.

You can set the priority of the selected DLP Templates by moving them up or down using these buttons. Click on button to increase the priority level and click on button to decrease the level of priority. The topmost template in the list has the highest priority whereas the template at the last has least priority.

You can select the templates you wish to add to the policy from the available DLP Templates list to enable the DLP, if there are no templates set in DLP policy, the new DLP policy won't be allowed to be created. You need to add at least one DLP template for the policy to be created.

NOTE: After adding the new DLP policy, you need to make sure that policy is added in the firewall rule by going into Firewall -> Policies -> Rules. You need to add those rules there in order to be able to successfully apply the DLP policies. Make sure the Deep Inspect option is enabled while configuring the firewall rules to get DLP visibility for HTTPS (SSL) secure traffic.

Thus, we have added the DLP policy for the complete network as seen above. You can also add it to an individual group or selected groups as per your network requirement.

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