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  • After You Scan

    • Data discovery tools, like Spirion, locate some confidential data. Even the best tools are not foolproof. You will need to examine other files to determine if more confidential data is present. The information in this article is intended for end-users and the technical staff who support them.

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    Handle Scan Results: Mac

    • How to decide which files you should ignore, remove, or keep after scanning for confidential data with Identity Finder. 
    • After scanning for confidential data with Spirion, you can mark "false positive" files for the scan to ignore next time. The information in this article is intended for end-users and the technical staff who support them.
    • After scanning for confidential data with Identity Finder, you can shred files that contain confidential data. The information in this article is intended for end-users and the technical staff who support them.

    Handle Scan Results: Windows

    • Deciding which files you should ignore, remove, or keep after scanning for confidential data with Spirion. The information in this article is intended for end-users and the technical staff who support them.
    • After scanning for confidential data with Spirion, you can mark "false positive" files for the scan to ignore next time. The information in this article is intended for end-users and the technical staff who support them.
    • After scanning for confidential data with Spirion, you can scrub files that contain confidential data, which masks the actual confidential data while retaining the file. The information in this article is intended for end-users and the technical staff who support them.
    • After scanning for confidential data with Spirion, you can shred files you no longer need that contain confidential data. The information in this article is intended for end-users and the technical staff who support them.

    Install

    • The information in this article is intended technical staff who support end-users. It is unusual for an end-user to need this information. The current version (as of December 2017) is 10.0.3.
    • The information in this article is intended technical staff who support end-users. It is unusual for an end-user to need this information. The current version (as of December 2017) is 10.0.3.
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    • The information in this article is intended technical staff who support end-users. It is unusual for an end-user to need this information.

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