Add a watermark to the screens in a BlackBerry
To protect against data leakage, you can implement an app policy that adds a watermark to the screens in a
BlackBerry Dynamicsapp. The watermark includes the user’s username and the current date and time. This watermark deters users from taking photos of potentially sensitive information, while also giving your organization a means to trace the source of a data leak.
To implement this feature, you must use
BlackBerry Dynamics SDKversion 8.0 or later, and you must implement a
BlackBerry Dynamicsapplication policy in
UEMto enable or disable the feature.
The watermark does not apply to views that appear outside of the interactive use of an application (for example, notifications and widgets). Review the data leakage protection settings available in the
BlackBerry Dynamicsprofile to configure the necessary protections for sensitive information.
- Add a setting definition for the DLP watermark policy. The name of the key must beblackberry.security.EnableDLPWatermarkand the default value should befalse.Example:<setting name="blackberry.security.EnableDLPWatermark"> <checkbox> <key>blackberry.security.EnableDLPWatermark</key> <label>Enable DLP Watermark</label> <value>false</value> </checkbox> </setting>
- Include the DLP watermark policy setting in the structural section of the file. The pview elements must not include a key attribute.Example:<pview> <pview type="tabbed"> <title>Data Leakage Prevention Watermark</title> <desc>Add a faint background watermark across all application screens with users 'username' and the current date/time.</desc> <pe ref="GD_SDK_Security_EnableDLPWatermark" /> </pview> </pview>
- Coordinate with theUEMadministrator to upload the app policy for your app inUEM. See Manage settings for a BlackBerry Dynamics apps (App configuration > Upload a template).
UEMadministrator can now enable the DLP watermark feature.