This section of the API Data Protection Policy page specifies files, objects, and messages that trigger a policy violation.
For Slack for Enterprise, you can select one of the following options:
- All Sharing Options: Scans all sharing options like private, public (files only), shared internally, and shared externally.
- Specific Sharing Options: With specific sharing options, you can choose all or specific sharing types, like Private, Public (files only), Shared Internally, or Shared Externally (All External Domains).
- Under Content Type, select Messages and/or Files. If you select the Files option, you can select All File Types or Specific File Types to scan.
Types of communication channels in Slack Enterprise:
- Public: This channel comprises of public channels (from customer’s organization) and external channels (from external organization).
- Private: This channel comprises of channels private to the members within the customer’s organization.
- Direct Messaging: This type of chat messaging includes 1:1 or 1:n messaging within the customer’s organization or a combination of both customer and external organizations.
Slack Enterprise has the following file sharing types:
- Private: This sharing option is applicable when you share a file or DLP-sensitive message with self or when a user receives chat-bot messages.
- Public: This sharing option applies when you create an external link for a file. This external link can be accessible by users belonging to an external organization or domain.
- Shared internally: This sharing option applies when you share a file or DLP-sensitive message with internal users within the customer’s organization.
- Shared externally: This sharing option applies when you share a file or DLP-sensitive message with an external user belonging to an external organization or domain.