Attend Our Webinar on Dynamics CRM Advanced Security Management
Ensuring system and data security is a requirement for companies of any size. The challenge is in establishing and validating security processes and then continuously checking to see that they are working.
Threats can come from within, from your employees, or from unknown hackers. And the ways in which troublemakers find and exploit your technological vulnerabilities require nearly endless imaginative powers, not to mention persistent paranoia.
You want to optimize the usefulness of your enterprise systems, and set unique access, reporting and functionality by business unit or role. Your company’s use of Microsoft Dynamics CRM should reflect the complexities of your business. That is how the tool best accomplishes a return on investment and drives organizational efficiency.
You also want your representatives in the field to have full access to your CRM solution without anyone else getting a gander at your data. And when something looks suspect–an unknown IP address or login location, multiple failed login attempts, newly granted administrator rights–you want to shut it down before you take time to investigate. That requires advanced security management.
Advanced Security Management includes enhanced, granular controls and security policies that can flag suspicious activity or immediately suspend an account. There are a number of built-in alerts, such as new location–when someone from your organization logs into a new location for the first time–or new admin user–and activity policies.