How to configure Safetica for best Security Audit results
Posted by Jiří Hošek, Last modified by Štěpán Horký on 05 November 2020 02:31 PM
This article describes what is the recommended Safetica configuration to get the best Security Audit results. All information in the Security Audit comes from user activity logged by Safetica, and there are settings in Safetica that can affect the details available in the Security Audit.
There are 2 ways how to configure Safetica to get the best Security Audit results:
This article describes all individual settings that are related to Security Audit in Safetica. Description of the Automatic configuration is included in the e-learning course linked above.
1) Company name
The company name is shown on the first page of each Security Audit. If you want to change or set the company name, continue as follow:
2) Sensitive data definition
In order to monitor relevant file operations and report possible data leaks, you will want to configure which data is sensitive for your company. To define sensitive data please follow these steps:
3) DLP policies
In the previous step, we only defined what is the sensitive data. However, we are not logging any file activities yet. To do that, we have to define a DLP policy which will log the operations for the Security Audit. Please watch the following video which describes how to configure 2 DLP policies to get the best results from file activities.
You can of course modify the policies for your own scenarios.
4) Websites and Application categories
As a final step, make sure that applications and websites used in your company are assigned to the right category. Please watch the following video which explains how to effectively change categories for unknown websites and applications.
And that's it! If you followed all steps in this article, Safetica will from now on collect all data that is relevant for Security Audit. Please keep in mind that it may take a few days for the data to be relevant and to be accurately presented in the Security Audit document.