Grammar Entity Short Names

Updated 5 months ago by admin

The Advanced DLP add-on's provide an extensive list of grammars to identity types of data (entities) across all manner of documents, email messages and attachments. The following table lists the available grammars and the entity short names they use, which can be useful for understanding report results and searching for specific matches.

Grammar

Entity

Description

Short Name

Address UK

UK Addresses

Any United Kingdom address. For example: Cambridge Business Park, Cowley Road, Cambridge, CB4 0WZ

address/gb

Address UK

UK City, County or Postcode

UK city, optional county/country name, post code, and optional place name. For example, Cambridge, CB4 0WZ

address/city_county_postcode/gb

Post Code UK

UK Postcode

United Kingdom postal codes. For example, GY9 3UX

address/postcode/gb

Address US

Address US

Any U.S. address. For example: 30 South Wacker Drive, 22nd Floor, Chicago, IL 60606

address/us

Address US

US City, State and ZIP Code

U.S. city, state, and ZIP code. For example, Chicago, IL 80803.

address/city_state_zipcode/us

Military Address US

Military Address US

U.S. military address. For example, Unit 45013, Box 2666, USAG J, APO AP 96338.

address/military/us

ZIP Code US

ZIP Code US

U.S. ZIP codes. For example, 94070-1234

address/zipcode/us

AWS Client ID

AWS Client ID

An Amazon Web Services client ID

psi/api_credentials/client_id/aws

Bitley Client ID

Bitley Client ID

A Bitly client ID

psi/api_credentials/client_id/bitly

Facebook Client ID

Facebook Client ID

A Facebook ID

psi/api_credentials/client_id/facebook

Flickr Client ID

Flickr Client ID

A Flickr ID

psi/api_credentials/client_id/flickr

Foursquare Client ID

Foursquare Client ID

A Foursquare client ID

psi/api_credentials/client_id/foursquare

LinkedIn Client ID

LinkedIn Client ID

A LinkedIn client ID

psi/api_credentials/client_id/linkedin

Twitter Client ID

Twitter Client ID

A Twitter client ID

psi/api_credentials/client_id/twitter

AWS Secret Key

AWS Secret Key

An Amazon Web Services secret key

psi/api_credentials/secret_key/aws

Bitley Secret Key

Bitley Secret Key

A Bitly secret key

psi/api_credentials/secret_key/bitly

Facebook Secret Key

Facebook Secret Key

A Facebook secret key

psi/api_credentials/secret_key/facebook

Flickr Secret Key

Flickr Secret Key

A Flickr secret key

psi/api_credentials/secret_key/flickr

Foursquare Secret Key

Foursquare Secret Key

A Foursquare secret key

psi/api_credentials/secret_key/foursquare

LinkedIn Secret Key

LinkedIn Secret Key

A LinkedIn secret key

psi/api_credentials/secret_key/linkedin

Twitter Secret Key

Twitter Secret Key

A Twitter secret key

psi/api_credentials/secret_key/twitter

IP Address

IP Address

Any IP address

internet/host_ip

HTTP address

HTTP address

HTTP or HTTPS address

internet/addr_https

File address

File address

file:// address

internet/addr_file

FTP address

FTP address

FTP address.

internet/addr_ftp

MAC Address

MAC address in EUI-48 format

MAC address in EUI-48 format. For example, 01-23- 45-67-89-Ab

number/EUI48

MAC Address

MAC address in EUI-64 format

MAC address in EUI-64 format. For example, 01-23- 45-67-89-ab-CD-eF

number/EUI64

Driver Licence Number UK

Driver Licence Number UK

United Kingdom driving licence number

number/driverlic/gb

Driver Licence Number US

Driver Licence Number US

All U.S. driver’s licence numbers

number/driverlic/us

Disease

Disease or medical condition

Disease or medical condition. This grammar includes the clinical and common names for many common medical conditions. For example, Heart attack or myocardial infarction.

medical/disease_condition

Medication

Trade name of medical drugs

Trade name of medical drugs

drug/brand

Medication

Generic name of medical drugs

Generic name of medical drugs

drug/generic

Medication

Description of a medication.

Description of a medication.

drug/medication

Healthcare Provider

Any U.S. healthcare provider

Any U.S. healthcare provider

healthcare/provider/all/engus

Procedure

A blood test

A blood test. For example, Blood Type Test or hCG

medical/blood_test

Procedure

A medical lab test

A lab test. For example, CD4 Lymphocyte Count or Insulin C-peptide.

medical/lab_test

Procedure

A surgical procedure

A surgical procedure. For example, Appendectomy or Hip Replacement Surgery.

medical/surgical_procedure

Procedure

A medical specialty

A medical specialty. For example, Dermatology or Psychiatry

medical/specialty

Passport UK

UK passport number

UK passport number (when found in Englishlanguage context)

number/passport_context/enggb

Passport US

US passport number

U.S. passport number (when found in Englishlanguage context)

number/passport_context/engus

Sort Code UK

UK bank sort code

United Kingdom bank sort code. For example, 301007, 30-10-07, or 30 10 07

number/sortcode/gb

Account Number UK

UK bank account number

United Kingdom bank account number, including the sort code. The sort code and account number must be separated by white space. The account number can be any eight-digit number

number/bankaccount/gb

Account Number US

US bank account number

United States bank account number, including the American Bankers Association routing number, in fraction or MICR format. The routing information and account information must be separated by a single space. The account number can be four to 17 digits

number/bankaccount/us

IBAN numbers

All IBAN numbers without delimiters

All IBAN numbers without delimiters

number/ibandn

IBAN numbers

All IBAN numbers with space delimiters

All IBAN numbers with space delimiters

number/ibands

Credit Card numbers

Credit Card numbers

Any credit card number

number/cc

Phone Numbers UK

Phone Numbers UK

Any complete phone number in the United Kingdom. To ensure that this entity performs correctly, set TangibleCharacters to include '+' and '('.

phone/all/gb

Phone Numbers US

Phone Numbers US

Any alphanumeric U.S. phone number.

phone/alphanum/us

Age

An age in English.

An age in English.

age/all/en

Nationality

Nationality

A nationality. For example, Andorran, Welsh.

ethnicity/nationality/eng

Ethnicity UK

Ethnicity UK

Ethnicity classification in England. For example, Irish, Indian.

ethnicity/enggb

Ethnicity US

Ethnicity US

Any U.S. ethnicity.

ethnicity/engus

Gender

Gender

A gender in the English language, either in a word or in context.

gender/all/eng

Email Address

Email Address

Email address. For example, jsmith@mailserver.com

internet/addr_email

UK National Insurance number

UK National Insurance number

Any UK National Insurance number. The format of the number is two prefix letters, six digits, and one suffix letter.

number/ni/gb

US Social Security Number

US Social Security Number

Any Social Security number.

number/ss/us

Medicare ID

Medicare ID

Medicare ID

number/medicareid/us

Person Name UK

Popular UK last name.

Popular UK last name.

person/lastname/enggb

Person Name UK

UK first name.

UK first name.

person/firstname/enggb

Person Name UK

UK first and last name

UK first and last name

person/namefirstlast/enggb

Person Name UK

UK first, optional middle, and last name.

UK first, optional middle, and last name.

person/namefirstmiddlelast/enggb

Person Name US

U.S. first name.

U.S. first name.

person/firstname/engus

Person Name US

Popular U.S. last name.

Popular U.S. last name.

person/lastname/engus

Person Name US

U.S. first and last name

U.S. first and last name

person/namefirstlast/engus

Person Name US

U.S. first, optional middle, and last name.

U.S. first, optional middle, and last name.

person/namefirstmiddlelast/engus

Person Salutation

Any salutation in English

Any salutation in English

person/salutation/eng

Person Suffix

Name suffixes

Name suffixes. For example, Jr.

person/suffixjr/eng

Person Suffix

Roman suffixes

Roman suffixes. For example, III.

person/suffixrmn/eng

Blasphemous term

Blasphemous term

Religious term often used for blasphemy (including obscured representations).

profanity/blasphemous/eng

Homophobic term

Homophobic term

Homophobic term (including obscured representations).

profanity/homophobic/eng

Racial derogatory term

Racial derogatory term

Racial derogatory term (including obscured representations)

profanity/racial/eng

Sexual term

Sexual term

Potentially offensive term pertaining to sex (including obscured representations)

profanity/sexual/eng

Biological term

Biological term

Potentially offensive term pertaining to biological processes (including obscured representations).

profanity/biological/eng

Censored word

Censored word

Word that appears in the text in a fully-censored format

profanity/censored/eng


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