As with any application, security is of key importance to ensure only the right users have access to your organization’s sensitive data. APMe security management allows you to control user access to all aspects of the system, including portals, forms, individual fields, actions, and other system features.
As an example, consider the image below. Alexander Smith is an administrator, and has access to all four portals: Manager, Integration, Administration, and Credentialing. Deborah Willis is a producer, and only has access to the Credentialing portal, where she can only view her own licenses and appointments.
The features of security management in APMe include the following:
- Using Security Groups, you can configure access to forms, fields, actions, and system features for specific sets of users.
- User Management allows you to create and manage users, as well as their authentication and authorization in the application.
- Password Policies allow you to configure a password policy to define constraints and requirements for passwords and password maintenance.
- The Data Protection and Privacy capability allows you to configure fields as personal and sensitive data fields, and block data, if needed.
- APM also includes an Auditing capability to audit every add, update, and delete made by a user, as well as all successful and failed user login attempts.
1. From the Administrator portal, select Security – Security Groups.
2. Click Create +.
3. Enter a unique Security Group ID and Full Name.
4. Select a Portal.
5. Select Save.
Select the link 'Using Security Groups' to get more information.