15.3 Release Notes

New Cloud Control Center updates for 15.3


This release includes various bug fixes, and a plethora of new and improved features detailed below. 


Device Status Filter Enhancement

In version 15.3 of the Elisity Cloud Control Center, we have enhanced the Device Dashboard to streamline device status monitoring and troubleshooting. Users can now swiftly discern whether a device is online or offline using a convenient filter located at the top of the page. This enhancement accelerates the process of identifying and resolving connectivity issues, promoting a more efficient troubleshooting workflow. By simply clicking a button, the refined filtering capability provides a quick glance at the status of devices, facilitating faster diagnostics and issue resolution.

To learn more about the device page read the Introduction to Elisity Microsegmentation article. 

Enhanced Multi-IP Submission in Static Policy Groups

In the 15.3 release of Elisity Cloud Control Center, we've refined the Static Policy Group functionality to expedite the configuration process. Users can now define multiple IP addresses or subnets in a single submission when leveraging network prefixes as match criteria for inclusion into a Policy Group. This enhancement facilitates a quicker and more efficient approach to building Static based Policy Groups by allowing bulk submissions of IP or Network information. This streamlined process is designed to save time and improve workflow efficiency when creating or updating Policy Groups in the Cloud Control Center.

To learn more read the Policy Groups article. 


Introduction of "Unverified" Trust Attribute

The 15.3 version of Elisity Cloud Control Center introduces a new Trust Attribute named "Unverified." This attribute facilitates the classification of devices not recognized by any identity connector into a dedicated Policy Group. By utilizing the "Unverified" Trust Attribute as match criteria, administrators can now easily segregate rogue or non-corporate owned assets into their own Policy Group, thereby enforcing differentiated policies on these devices. This enhancement provides an efficient mechanism for managing and applying distinct policies to unverified assets, ensuring a more robust and organized security posture.

To learn more read the Leveraging Trust Attributes for Policy Group Definition article. 


Risk Score Level Matching for Policy Group Inclusion

Elisity Cloud Control Center version 15.3 now empowers users to utilize an asset's Risk Score Level as a criterion for determining its eligibility for inclusion into a Policy Group. The Risk Score can be sourced from integrations with various platforms like Claroty xDome or Medigate, or set manually by editing the device details. The defined levels, namely Very Low, Low, Medium, and High, enable a more nuanced and data-driven approach for Policy Group configuration. By leveraging Risk Score Levels, administrators can achieve finer-grained control over Policy Group memberships, aligning security policies more closely with the assessed risk profiles of individual assets.

To learn more, review the IdentityGraph™ article


Policy Logging

With the release of Elisity Cloud Control Center version 15.3, Policy Logging has been enabled to augment policy enforcement transparency and traceability. This feature facilitates syslog generation from the Virtual Edge Node on a per-rule basis, thereby allowing for meticulous logging of individual rules within a policy, in addition to logging the final policy action. The generated logs can be exported to supported integrations like Cribl and Splunk.

To learn more about Policy Logging read the Visibility and Traffic Analytics article. 

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