Trainable classifier auto-labeling with sensitivity labels webinar

Published 03-23-2020 11:02 AM 6,675 Views

This classification method is particularly well suited to content that isn't easily identified by either the manual or automated pattern matching methods. This method of classification is more about training a classifier to identify an item based on what the item is, not by elements that are in the item (pattern matching). A classifier learns how to identify a type of content by looking at hundreds of examples of the content you're interested in classifying





This webinar was presented on Tue Mar 17th 2020, and the recording can be found here.


Attached to this post are:

  1. The FAQ document that summarizes the questions and answers that came up over the course of both Webinars; and
  2. A PDF copy of the presentation.

Thanks to those of you who participated during the two sessions and if you haven’t already, don’t forget to check out our resources available on the Tech Community.



@Adam Bell  on behalf of the MIP and Compliance CXE team


Are we able to use Trainable Classifiers for regular expression search?


Hi @Pramiti Bhatnagar 


No. Trainable classifiers are for the type of data where it's not easy to break down what you're looking for into a prescriptive expression that you'd need for a regular expression. 


If you wanted to utilize a regular expression you're better creating a custom sensitive information type and using auto-labeling instead.




New Contributor


I'm using a E5 trail account, I configured Labeling sensitive labels, I applied the policy, but the document is not classified automatically. Not sent email either.
I noticed that the menu does not appear (Auto-Labeling), unlike another subscription that I have paid for.
Is it because it is trial?
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