Question1Replies17Views×Close popoverJan Jaap Zijlstra (JanJaapZ6862) BPM Company BPM Company NL View Profile JanJaapZ6862 Member since 2012 3 posts BPM Company Posted: February 27, 2020Last activity: March 9, 2020Posted: 27 Feb 2020 8:14 ESTLast activity: 9 Mar 2020 8:02 EDT Insecure data from exceptions in log files?Hi,Currently I'm considering to use PDC for our customer. Because our customer has very strict security requirements I'm investigating the risks of using PDC, being a Cloud solution.One question I still have is this: Is it possible to log exceptions in the log file with too much sensitive information, and this information becomes visible in PDC?So it will only be 100% secure if the developers don't log sensitive information in the log files? Regards, Jan-Jaap Pega Predictive Diagnostic Cloud 1.31 Security ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 10 months agoPosted: 9 Mar 2020 8:02 EDT×Close popoverSteven Baker (bakes) PEGA PDC Operations Lead Pegasystems Inc. US View Profilebakes PEGA replied to JanJaapZ6862Developers log data in log message statements that go inside the pegarules log file but they don't make it to PDC.While developers shouldn't be explicitly throwing exceptions, please let us know if you have any specific examples so we can make sure we cover them.