Data Security Center (DSC) helps you detect sensitive data in data assets, and allows you to export the sensitive data in the CSV format. Then, you can view the sensitive data of buckets, tables, or collections in the exported CSV file.


  1. Log on to the DSC console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, choose Sensitive data discovery > Sensitive data assets.
  3. On the page that appears, click the tab of the data source for which you want to export sensitive data based on your needs.
  4. Specify the filter conditions that are used to export sensitive data.
    The filter conditions vary based on the data source. In this example, Distributed Relational Database Service (DRDS) is used as the data source. DSC provides the following filter conditions for DRDS: Region, Instance Name, Database type, Sensitivity level, Start time, and End time. Sensitivity levels include N/A, S1, S2, S3, and S4.
  5. Click Export.
    After the sensitive data is exported as a file, the file is stored in the default storage directory of your local disk. For example, the default storage directory for Windows is This PC > Downloads. By default, the file is named in the format of instance_Date when the file is exported_Time when the file is exported. The date format is YYYYMMDD. The time is measured in milliseconds, and the value is a 13-digit timestamp.