I suspect this headline might get an outburst of excitement, a few high fives, maybe even a virtual ‘Wave’ across cyberspace. Yes indeed, inline editing is now available with our latest release of the Platform 5.4 SP1. And do we have a deal for you!
Today, when a user wishes to update GRC data, let’s say the status of a finding, they would run the search, review the report data, click and open the Finding record, Edit the record, make the needed change and then click to save their changes. With Inline Editing, your users can edit fields in records directly on a report page or within search results. They can easily make status updates, close out incidents, change the status of findings or approve exceptions without having to open, change and save each individual record. There are endless examples of how users will greatly benefit from this feature improvement.
Enabling Inline Editing:
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE! This service pack also includes dynamic filtering which allow administrators to configure a cross-reference that is automatically filtered based on attributes of the source record. This useful functionality might enable an administrator to tag an authoritative source with a common set of terms (such as access control, physical security or customer breach notification) and filter for control standards that are also tagged with those same terms for mapping purposes.
Configuring Dynamic Filtering:
BUT THAT’S NOT ALL! This release also features enhanced Audit logging capabilities to capture all activity on the GRC Platform. This functionality requires a syslog listener (for example, RSA Security Analytics) and uses Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or User Datagram Protocol (UDP). Audit logging is not available for an environment (SaaS) hosted by RSA Archer. The communication protocol for audit logging is configured in the instance on the General tab.
The 5.4 SP1 release comes chock full of features that users can take advantage of every day. For those of you waiting for your free gift, unfortunately we’re all out of our Ginsu paring knives. However, you can get the latest information about this exciting treasure trove of new features on SCOL as well as Platform technical documentation on the Community for FREE.
Do you want more information on how to configure these new features? Listen in to the October 25th Friday Tech Huddle and learn more about how to take advantage of this new functionality. And yes, we do have a toll-free number you can dial. DON’T WAIT! HURRY NOW and download the latest installation package and information all in one Community about this release. You too can save your user’s time and simplify their GRC experience by implementing these new features.