If you are on a Virtru Enterprise plan, Super Administrators can give individual users in your organization the ability to apply DLP rules for specific OUs and Groups to which they already belong.

To assign these privileges to your users, go to your Virtru Admin Dashboard and ensure that you have have ‘Organization Admin Mode’ toggled on at the top left of your screen. Depending on which type of grouping you want to edit, select either the ‘OU’ or the ‘GROUPS’ tab from the left side of the dashboard.

You will see a tree on the left displaying either the OU or Group hierarchy for your domain. Click on the OU / Group for which you want to assign DLP privileges. Next, click on the ‘Add Admin’ button at the top right of the screen.

You’ll see dropdown of all users in that OU / Group, from which you can search and select individual users to assign as Virtru admins. Then, check the box under each of your selected users in the row titled ‘Create DLP Rules.’ In doing so, you will give these users the ability to create, edit, and remove DLP rules created for the specified OU / Group. The next time they log into their Virtru Dashboards, they will see a ‘RULES’ tab on the lefthand side from which they can configure OU- and Group-specific DLP policies.

To remove a user’s OU / Group admin privileges, hover over their email address (which should now appear as a column header for the displayed matrix), and click the ‘x’ icon in the top right.

If you are on a Virtru Pro or Virtru Business plan and would like the ability to access these capabilities, please reach out to your account manager or contact Virtru sales.

For more information on these capabilities, check out the video below:

Virtru Enterprise customers have the ability to set DLP rules for certain subsets of their users.

After purchasing a Virtru Enterprise subscription, Super Administrators for your domain can set Virtru DLP rules to apply only to certain OUs and Groups. Super Administrators can also give individual users in your organization the ability to define DLP rules for specific OUs and Groups to which they already belong.

To apply DLP rules for certain OUs and/or groups, click on the ‘RULES’ tab on the left side of your Virtru Dashboard (if you are an administrator for your Virtru organization, make sure you have ‘Organization Admin Mode’ toggled on at the top left of your dashboard).

Once you’ve clicked the ‘RULES’ tab, scroll down to the bottom of the screen, where you will see a ‘+’ sign. Hover over this icon to click ‘New Custom Rule’ and enter Virtru’s custom DLP rule builder. Here, you will see two options at the top of the screen, where you can choose to scope your rule to any number of OUs and/or Groups.

Click on the ‘+OU’ or ‘+Group’ button to display a list of selections from which to choose. The selections listed come directly from the OUs and Groups that have already been configured for your domain. Once you’ve identified the OUs and Groups to whom you want your rule to apply, you can continue building your DLP policy and click ‘Save & Exit’ to apply it to those specified user populations.

If you are on a Virtru Pro or Virtru Business plan and would like the ability to access these capabilities, please reach out to your account manager or contact Virtru sales.

For more information on these capabilities, check out the video below:

Virtru DLP is the easiest, most convenient way to prevent sensitive information from leaking outside of your organization unencrypted. Whether you need to comply with regulations or protect financial, legal, or HR information, Virtru DLP makes it easy.

Virtru DLP detects sensitive information before it leaves the outbox. Based on your preferences, users are either warned or messages are automatically encrypted.

Watch this quick demo to see how easy it is to build DLP rules for your organization from your Admin Dashboard.

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