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Dynamic Policies

Policies can be created that change based on changes to external data such as control room data, human resources data, or expense data.

  1. Overview
  2. Configuring a Dynamic Policy

Overview

Dynamic Policies can be defined using a Rule Generator, which automatically creates and updates Rules based on new structured data being ingested into Relativity Trace. Examples of Dynamic Policies are policies that alert on someone sharing material non-public information (MNPI) related to an ongoing deal managed by the control room team, or alert on someone retaliating after a human resource report is filed, or alert on someone discussing the true usage of expensed funds after an expense report is filed.

Configuring a Dynamic Policy

Dynamic Policies are configured by a Relativity Trace Administrator. Administrator information on how to configure a Dynamic Policy can be found here.