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- Improved operational efficiency: With RBAC, organizations can decrease the need for manual processes for adding or changing the roles of different users. It also makes it quicker to onboard new users into a pre-defined role with the appropriate access to CSOL Playbooks within CFTR.
- Increased visibility: RBAC gives SOC admins and managers more visibility and oversight into their security operations, while also providing the right level of access to authorized users for all the Playbooks they need to do their jobs.
- Enhanced compliance: This new feature helps cut down on potential errors or lapses in assigning user permissions. It reduces the risk of leakage of sensitive security data to any unauthorized users. This means no undue access will be given to users for any sensitive information and, therefore, much less risk of violating any security policies or regulatory compliance.
- Once enabled, CFTR admins will be able to set RBAC Validations when creating a new User Group. One of the ways to do this is to allow access to specific sets of Playbooks through Playbook Tags. This will then allow the corresponding User Group to view only the Playbooks associated with those Tags under Playbook Run Logs, Machine Learning Suggested Playbooks and All Playbooks.
- When View Access is given to a User Group, the users can view the Apps and Sub-Playbooks associated with those Playbooks. With Edit Access, they can further update, edit, or run the Playbook as well.
Posted on: August 06, 2021
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