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Sensitive Type Report

This report provides the detailed summary for the Sensitive Types scanned in the HDFS source systems. The report is divided into three sections.

You can apply filter by clicking the icon on the top left corner of the report. On clicking, it will display two dimensions based on which the data in the report can be filtered.

  • Sensitive Type – This filter displays the list of sensitive types which were scanned during the process.

  • Source – This filter lets you opt for all source systems or specific source systems, as per requirement.

If you want to select a Source, check the checkbox(s) available with the option displayed. Using this option, you can filter out the data based on the Source selected.

  1. The first section in the report displays the list of sensitive types scanned in all HDFS source systems. The data is represented in the form of bar chart which displays the total number of files scanned where sensitive type was detected.


    For example, in the below screenshot, the sensitive type ABA Routing number was scanned in 339 files of HDFS source systems. Similarly, Address was scanned in 414 files.


    Hovering over any bar, displays the data label with the name of sensitive type and the number of files where it was detected.

    To drill-down the report at Source Type, Source Name and Directory level, click Plus icon in the bottom left corner of the chart. Here Source Name corresponds to the cluster name in HDFS.


    Click Plus icon once to drill-down the report at Source Type. This displays the number of files scanned in each source type where sensitive types were detected.

    Hovering over any bar, displays the data label having information about the name of the Source, Sensitive Type and the number of files scanned. 


    E.g., in the above screenshot, the sensitive type Address was detected in HDFS source system. Also, the total count of scanned files in a source system is given. For an instance, in HDFS source types the Address was scanned in 414 columns. Similarly, ABA Routing number was scanned in 339 files in HDFS source.

    Click Plus icon twice to drill-down the report at the Source Name level where you can view the data at both Source Type and Source Name level. Here, you can view the count of files scanned at different Source Name level where sensitive type was detected.

    Hovering over any bar, displays the data label that provide details such as the name of the Sensitive Type, Source Name, Source Type, and the number of files scanned. 


    E.g., in the above screenshot, the sensitive type Email Address was detected in HDFS source type. Also, the total count of scanned files in a source name is given. For an instance, in HDFS source type total 350 files were scanned in HDP_Visa source name where sensitive type ‘Email Address’ was detected.

    Click Plus icon thrice to drill-down the report at directory level where you can view the data at all four levels i.e., Sensitive Type, Source Type, Source Name and Directory level. Here, you can view the number of files scanned in each directory where sensitive type was detected.

    Hovering over any bar, displays the data label which provide details such as the name of the Directory, Sensitive Type, Source Name, Source Type, and the number of files scanned in each directory. 


    E.g., in the above screenshot, the sensitive type Address was detected in 367 files which were part of ‘/user’ directory of HDP_Visa source name. similarly, ABA Routing number was detected in 338 files in /user directory of HDP_Visa source name.

    To view the data at Sensitive Type, Source Name, Source Type level again, click Minus icon on the top left corner of the chart. Click it once to roll-up the data at Source Type. If you click it twice then it rolls-up the data at Source Name. If you click it thrice, then data is roll-up at Sensitive Type level.


    To sort the data in the chart in ascending or descending order, hover over the label name of y-axis and click the option as required.

    1. The first option sorts the data in ascending order

    2. The second option sorts the data in descending order

    3. The third option let you view the bar chart data in the tabular form. It allows you to view the data in two tabs:

      1. The Summary tab provides the list of sensitive type along with their count which were detected during the scanning.
        To download the data in the text file, click Download all rows as text file hyperlink.

      2. The Full Data tab provides the list of all the sensitive types along with their occurrence in each file which were detected during the scanning.

        To download the data in the text file, click Download all rows as a text file hyperlink.


        To view the detailed version of this report, check the Show all columns checkbox.

  2. The second section in the report displays the data in the form of pie chart. This chart displays the list of all the sensitive types and the total count of files scanned where it was detected.

    Hovering over the section of a pie chart, displays the details such as name of the Sensitive Type and the count of files scanned.

  3. The third section in the report displays the information in the tabular form for all the sensitive types that are discovered within the source name. This report displays the name of the sensitive type and their number of occurrences in total number of files scanned for each directory which is associated to a particular source name (cluster).


    E.g., in the below screenshot, total 1607 occurrences of Address sensitive type were found in 13 files which were found in /SEQ directory of CDHS source name. Similarly, in the same source name, the total of 996 occurrences of address sensitive types was found in 16 files of /parquet directory.


    To drill-down to a directory level or in all base files of the selected directory, select the directory specified in the Directory column. Move the cursor to the data label having two-hyperlink. Click on the required one.


    On clicking the first hyperlink, it will re-direct you to the report which will provide the information about all files and sub-directories that main directory has, along with the count of occurrence of sensitive type in each file or sub-directory.

     

    The data label with the hyperlink can also be viewed only when you select data in any three of the columns i.e., Directory, File Count, or Sensitive Count.


    E.g., when you clicked the Click for drilldown=>/user, the link will redirect you to the new report which shows data for the selected sensitive type in the form of bar and pie chart on top section. In the bottom section, the table list down all the files and sub-directories associated with the scanned directory. It also displays the count of occurrence of sensitive types, in each scanned file or sub-directory.

     

    If you click the second hyperlink, it will re-direct you to the report which will provide information about all the base files of the selected directory along with the count of occurrence of sensitive type in each file or sub-directory. This report will list down all the base files in a directory with the absolute path, in the directory column.


    You can hide the Directory column by clicking the Minus icon in the column header next to the Source Name. Similarly, you can also hide the Source Name and Source Type column by clicking the same icon next to the column headers, as per your convenience.


    Similarly, if you want to unhide the columns, click Plus icon in the column header next to the Source.


    To sort the values in ascending or descending order within the table, click Sort icon just before the column names. To sort the data in ascending order i.e. A-Z, then the symbol on the icon will be displayed as A-Z with downward arrow.


    If you want to sort the values in descending order i.e., Z-A, then the symbol on the icon will be changed as Z-A with downward arrow .

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