We're happy to announce the full release of de-identification for Umbrella reports! This feature hides the hostname, internal IP and username of people making requests in the Umbrella reports to better enable privacy for your users.
De-identification can be turned on for any account in Umbrella, but once enabled, you can't turn it off for yourself. That's as-designed, we're trying to make a simple, easy-to-use feature that meets the principle of "4 Eyes", Unfortunately, 4 Eyes is especially hard now that two people are rarely together in a work context, hence the need to make the feature in this way. Once enabled, your reports will have the user identify replaced with a hash, as in the screenshots below. The hash is one to one with the identity, so you can check to see what the user is up but without knowing exactly who the user is.
For documentation, check here: https://docs.umbrella.com/deployment-umbrella/docs/enable-de-identification
In this screenshot, notice how a normal Identity name is now replaced by a hash and how you can still click on the hash to pivot through reports: