This example shows a typical use of row level security to protect sensitive data. The implementation is based on a sensitivity label assigned to each user of the system and to the rows of the permanent tables to be protected. A security policy is defined to:
- Enforce the sensitivity label that is assigned to new and/or updated rows.
- Control access to the rows of a data set based on the sensitivity label of the user versus the sensitivity label of the rows.
- Determine the markings that must be applied to sensitive data exported from the system.