User Access Management for greater control and security
The RedApp, Redstor’s app for smart data management and protection, has been specifically designed to give organisations a whole new level of visibility and control.
Secured by the very latest multi-factor authentication technology, Redstor’s highly granular, configurable identity access management, enables you to:
- Create and manage user identities within a single interface
- Customise and control who has access to your data
- Protect key processes with multi-layer security
Within a single interface, organisations can:
- Access Redstor quickly and efficiently, using a number of sign-in methods, protected by two-factor authentication
- Establish a greater level of security with secure, delegated access to relevant products and actions.
- Take control with transparent, granular, user roles and permissions
- Personalise notifications and functionality on a user basis
- Standardise roles and permissions globally
- Improve visibility of user behaviour, including threat analysis and auditing
- Distinguish between a genuine operator, a malicious insider and an attacker so you can quickly and easily address any threat
Identity and Access Management
The RedApp’s Identity and Access Management provides you with the ability to create and manage users.
Creating and assigning a user to a specific product or group will initially define the role. This can then be customised with granular permissions related to functionality within the RedApp.
Users can sign in to the RedApp, using their chosen identity provider. They can also be required to use an authenticator app to perform two-factor authentication (2FA) at login and when deleting accounts or data within the RedApp.
Based upon your own role, you can assign a new user either to a single product or site.
- Enter email address for new user
- New user is then sent an invitation to sign in to RedApp
- During creation you can customise a new user’s permissions e.g. deleting and recovering data, creating and managing other users
- Customise what notifications the new user will receive e.g. backup and recovery status, suspicious files
To activate an account,every user will be required to set up two-factor authentication e.g. time-based, one-time password (Google or Microsoft).
With the correct permissions you can also:
- manage any new users that have been created
- change the user role, permissions and notification preferences
- amend which products and customers a user is assigned to
- reset a password or 2FA on behalf of another user (dependent upon permissions)
Users can manage their own profile from within the RedApp, including name and phone number and can change their registered email address and password (unless signed in with Google or Microsoft).