@Marcus Wong Theen Nam - Thanks for the question and using MS Q&A platform.
To create a sensitive information type that matches all words in a keyword list, you can use the "All" condition instead of the default "Any" condition. Here are the steps to create such a sensitive information type:
- Go to the Microsoft 365 compliance center and navigate to the "Sensitive information types" page.
- Click on "Create a sensitive information type".
- Choose "Keyword dictionary" as the type of sensitive information you want to create.
- Enter a name and description for the sensitive information type.
- In the "Keywords" section, enter all the words you want to match separated by commas.
- Click on "Add condition" and choose "All" as the condition type.
- Click on "Create" to create the sensitive information type.
With this configuration, the DLP policy will only detect the sensitive information if all the words in the keyword list are present in the content being scanned.
For more details, refer to Create custom sensitive information types in the compliance portal.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions.