Now, in EPC, System administrators have the option to configure their EPC system to hide all personally identifiable user information, allowing them to comply with very strict GDPR policies.
How it works
To use this feature, system administrators need to enable it. By default, this feature is disabled.
To enable it, system administrators can click on the three dots in the top right corner of EPC, select System Admin and go to the Advance tab.
There, system administrators can enable or disable the option to hide all personally identifiable user information within the web application.
Once this option is enabled, users cannot see any PII. The only information displayed is the first and last letter of the name a, this is applicable for Users and Resources. The information would look as shown below:
- First Name – Last Name : John Smith -> j**n s***h IF
- Email : email@example.com
- Username : j***********h
- Phone number : 5*********1
- Middle name : j***********h
- IP address : 1**.***.***.**1
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Only system administrators can see the PII of all users. This option doesn’t cover Reports, Audit Trail (Export), SOP, Approval Documents, Digital Signature on Documents and Emails.
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