Security

Tested and proven, Column Case Management is built on the MOST secure workflow engine in the world used by more than 75% of the Fortune 500 and federal agencies including the US Department of Defense.

The following is a security breakdown:

External Authentication
External Authentication
LDAP authentication or Single Sign-On (SSO)
Password Management
Password Management
When an LDAP solution is not in use, Column Case Management has a Password Management application with the ability to enforce password creation rules, force users to change their passwords and lock accounts when passwords are incorrect.
Group Based Security/Multiple Data Security Levels
Group Based Security/Multiple Data Security Levels
Group-based security can be applied to the Application, Forms, Fields, Workflow, and Records. User permission Is based on total group membership, where end users in the designated permission group would have the ability to access the application, e-forms, and fields within a form (i.e. a Social Security Number field on the People form).
Row Level (Record) Access
Row Level (Record) Access
Data access to cases is restricted to group by default. Column Case Management comes with a locking feature that can lock cases down to specific groups and/or individuals. This locking carries over to reporting.
Column case management audits system activity
Audit Capabilities
Column Case Management tracks all activity in the system, including: successful and failed logins, records created, records modified, records deleted, records viewed, field level changes, and approval activity. Cases can also be bookmarked to watch for activity.
Encryption
Encryption
Web, Email, and LDAP can be encrypted with SSL. Server and developer tools are encrypted by default with 56-bit encryption, but can be encrypted all the way up to 2048-bit encryption.

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