Building Blocks in Aperture Asset Policy
An asset (or content) policy rule has the following information:
A name for the policy rule.
A description that explains the purpose of the rule.
Specify a value to indicate the impact of the issue. The value can range from 1 to 5, with 5 representing the highest severity.
A rule can be in the enabled or disabled state. The predefined data patterns provided by Aperture are automatically enabled.
After you Configure Data Patterns, you must enable the pattern.
Specifies what the rule scans for and the number of occurrences or frequency required to trigger an alert. See Match Criteria by Rule Type for details about each rule type.
When you change the match criteria settings, you automatically trigger a rescan of all assets for the corresponding SaaS application. The Aperture service uses the updated settings in the policy rule configuration to rescan assets and identify incidents.
Allows you to specify whether the Aperture service should trigger one of the following actions to Automatically Remediate Risks or if it should simply log the event as a incident.
Add a New Asset Policy Rule
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Automatic Remediation Automatic remediation is a powerful tool you can use to address security incidents that the Aperture service discovers. When you Add a New ...
Quarantine If an asset poses an immediate threat to your intellectual property or proprietary data, you can automatically move the compromised asset to a quarantine ...
Assess New Incidents
The Aperture service compiles a summary all incidents to be assessed and addressed by further investigation or closure. ...
Begin Scanning a Cisco Webex Teams App
Begin Scanning a Cisco Webex Teams App The Aperture service scans messages and files shared on spaces within the Cisco Webex Teams app. To begin ...
Begin Scanning Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer
Begin Scanning Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer Use the following procedure to add Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer as a monitored cloud application on the Aperture service. ...
View Asset Details
Learn about how the Aperture service displays detailed information about an asset violating a policy rule. ...
New Features Introduced in January 2017
New Features Introduced in January 2017 The following table provides a snapshot of new features introduced for Aperture™ in January 2017. Refer to the Aperture ...
Change Sharing SaaS applications make it easy for users to collaborate and share information in the cloud. However, tracking and controlling the different types of ...