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>> In many corporations, depending on the type of data that is being used, there's different levels of sensitivity that needs to be applied to that data. For example, some data might be okay to share externally outside the company whereas others need to be within a really tight knit group of people within that corporation. For example, at Microsoft, we have three levels of sensitivity that need to be applied. HBI, High Business Impact, MBI, Medium Business Impact, and LBI, Low Business Impact. And depending on these types of classifications, if its High Business Impact, we have to be really careful of who we share that data with. And in Power BI, we have a really great way for you to be able to expose that classification right up in front in your dashboard so anyone who's looking at that dashboard will be able to tell how careful they need to be with that dashboard and who they can share it with. So let me show you how to set that up. So if you're an admin for your company, you can go into the Admin Portal under the Settings gear to start setting up the different classification levels. It's under the tenant settings tab. And near the bottom, you'll see the option data classification for dashboards. And when you turn it on, you'll see a table where you can start typing out all of your different classification types for your company. So I'm going to do HighBusiness Impact, HBI for short, Medium Business Impact, MBI for short... And Low Business Impact, LBI for short. Once you have the classifications written out, you then can decide what is the default that's going to be applied to all the dashboards within your company. So you'll pick one that's gonna be the default and then the owners of the dashboards, if that default doesn't apply to their data, they can go in and change to one of the other options. So I'm gonna set MBI as the default. You can also decide which of these classifications are going to be shown on the dashboard. For example, if you don't want the default to be shown anywhere on the dashboard and only if the owner went and changed the classification type to one of the non-default options, in that case for the tag to show, you can then go in and uncheck the show option for the default. But in my case, I'm gonna leave that on for demo purposes. The last thing you can do is you can also add a URL. So if there is an internal site that you have in your company that list out all the different requirements for the different classifications types, you can add that here. And when the user clicks on that classification type, in a new tab, they will be taken to that URL. So now that I've filled out my form, I'm going to turn data classification on. And after that, the next time that a user goes into their dashboard, they will now see these new classification types show up. So you see since I picked default as MBI, this dashboard is marked as MBI. That tag will also show up when you're looking at dashboards and favorites. Now if you don't, if, for example, GitHub, I don't think that one is an MBI level of security. I think that one needs to be HBI. I can go into the dashboard settings under the "..." and change that to be High Business Impact. And when I apply that and I go back, I'll see that the classification tag has updated. This way, no matter what type of data it is, users should be able know when they see this dashboard if I share it with them, how secure they need to be when looking at this dashboard and know if it's okay for them to share or publish externally. And this will allow companies to be able to be really sure that their data is being handled properly across the company.

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Posted by: csintl on Aug 11, 2016

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