New Features Introduced in March 2017
The following table provides a snapshot of new features introduced for Aperture™ in March 2017. Refer to the Aperture Administrator’s Guide for more information on how to use the Aperture service.
Policy Violation Log Forwarding
The Aperture service can now forward Policy Violation logs to an external syslog server. This enables you to monitor Policy Violations from your external syslog server as they occur in your organization.
To guard against potential misuse, you can configure User Activity Rules to monitor user actions in Aperture SaaS applications. For example, you can create a policy that sends an email alert or creates a log entry when a user downloads an excessive number of reports or tries to access an SaaS application from a malicious IP address. Similar to content-based policy rules, user activity rules include a robust set of match criteria that allow you to precisely define which activities to track.
Auto-Complete for Policy Names in Advanced Search
When you search for policy.name in Advanced Search to filter assets, a list of existing policy names appears as you type. You can quickly pick a name from the list, instead of typing the full name.
Support for ServiceNow and Jive
By leveraging the Aperture service for ServiceNow and Jive, you can prevent the exfiltration of sensitive data as well as prevent malware propagation. You can get holistic visibility into assets, including deep visibility into content and how it is shared, and you can create policy to automatically remediate risks.
New Features Introduced in March 2019
Learn about the new Aperture features launched in March 2019. ...
Features Introduced in 2017
Features Introduced in 2017 The following topic provides a snapshot of new features introduced for Aperture™ in 2017. Refer to the Aperture Administrator’s Guide for ...
New Features Introduced in February 2017
New Features Introduced in February 2017 The following table provides a snapshot of new features introduced for Aperture™ in February 2017. Refer to the Aperture ...
Supported SaaS Applications
The Aperture service provides a consistent security policy for your SaaS applications to detect data exfiltration and malware propagation. ...
Begin Scanning a Jive App
Begin Scanning a Jive App To begin scanning a Jive app: Add the Jive app. From the Aperture Dashboard , Add a Cloud App . ...
Begin Scanning a ServiceNow App
Begin Scanning a ServiceNow App To begin scanning a ServiceNow app: Register the Aperture Service in the ServiceNow management console. Log in to the ServiceNow ...
Add Cloud Apps to the Aperture Service
Add Cloud Apps to the Aperture Service To begin securing the Supported SaaS Applications The Aperture service provides a consistent security policy for your SaaS ...
Secure Cloud Apps
Use the Aperture service to have visibility into and control over how your users are accessing and sharing data across SaaS applications. ...