New Cloud Control Center updates for 15.4.1
This release includes various bug fixes, enhancements to the UI and several new features detailed below.
Enhanced API Connectivity with Tenable Security Center via API Proxy
Elisity Cloud Control Center 15.4.1 introduces an advanced feature for integrating with Tenable Security Center, now supporting connectivity through an API proxy. This update offers enhanced flexibility for diverse network configurations and heightened security for device discovery and identity management, ensuring more secure and adaptable integration for our customers' cybersecurity needs. More details can be found here.
Insert New Policy Group Between Existing Ones
In Elisity Cloud Control Center 15.4.1, we introduce a nuanced capability for policy management: the ability to insert a new Policy Group between existing ones. Traditionally, new Policy Groups are added to the bottom of the list, reflecting the lowest priority in the match logic. While this approach is prudent for initial setups to avoid unintended reclassification of assets, there are scenarios where more precise control is required. With this new feature, users can now select a specific position in the existing list where the new Policy Group will be placed post-creation. This enhancement empowers administrators with greater flexibility and precision in policy configuration, ensuring that new policies align perfectly with their intended priority and organizational security strategies. More details can be found here.
Prioritization of Static Policy Groups Over Dynamic Policy Groups
Elisity Cloud Control Center 15.4.1 introduces a pivotal change in policy group management: the option to prioritize Static Policy Groups over Dynamic Policy Groups. In standard configurations, Static Policy Groups are positioned with a lower precedence compared to Dynamic ones, with the most specific prefix match determining the priority within Static Policy Groups. The new 'Prioritize over Dynamic Policy Group' option alters this default behavior. When activated, it elevates the chosen Static Policy Group to the highest priority position, overriding the standard hierarchy. Notably, within Static Policy Groups, the principle of the most specific prefix match remains the decisive factor for priority, even when they are prioritized over Dynamic Policy Groups. This update provides administrators with enhanced control over policy group hierarchy, allowing for a more tailored security posture that aligns with specific organizational needs and dynamics.