Managing Sanitization Policies
About Sanitization Policies
A sanitization policy defines the manner in which an organization handles a file matching a set of criteria that enters its network. The policy can determine how files are sanitized, including whether files are blocked or permitted.
For example, your organization’s sanitization policy might comprise the following rules:
|Sanitize all image files and rasterize vector images.
|Block all fake files and customize the block message that the end user receives to be “Due to a recent spike in threats associated with fake files, the company has decided to block them.”
|Sanitize all PDF files, except if they are larger than 25 MB. In such an event, the file is blocked.
Votiro Disarmer uses policy definitions that are defined in the Management Dashboard.
If you do not create a customized policy, the Disarmer engine uses a set default policy.
If you have custom, XML-based policy definitions, you can load these to the Management Dashboard as special cases. To learn how to include special cases, see Defining Policy Based on Special Cases.