Ho, ho, holy cow — what a wild way to wrap up the year that was. Thousands of flights were cancelled during Christmas week, nearly every holiday party became a super-spreader event, and we lost a legend in Betty White. In our neck of the woods, Log4Shell has been dominating the conversation for nearly the entire holiday season. But now that much of the initial fervor has passed, we wanted to take a moment to recap some of InsightAppSec and tCell's Q4 highlights and give us all a little much-deserved break from the madness.
It may not seem like much, but remote-based access control — or RBAC— is a game-changer for many teams looking to streamline their access to InsightAppSec. Essentially, we make it super simple to configure access to the platform perfectly for every member of your team, create tiers of accessibility for different job roles, and ensure everyone has exactly what they need to do their jobs on day one.
Included is a new pre-built remediator role, which was designed to only show developers what they need in order to address a that vulnerability. They can drill into it, see reference details and remediation steps, and replay the attack in their dev or staging environments, all in an easy, navigable interface. This new role helps prevent the back-and-forth between security and development passing vulnerability details.
The key to our new feature is scalability. Regardless of whether you have a team of 10 or a team of 1,000, each group will only have the permissions they need to view the data you want them to see — all without the back-and-forth that comes with creating permissions ad hoc. It's a time-saver, for sure, but it can also reduce headaches and make costly mistakes far less ..
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