- Using dashboards
- Managing users, devices, and groups
- Managing threats detected by CylancePROTECT Desktop
- Managing threats detected by CylancePROTECT Mobile
- Managing safe and unsafe lists for CylancePROTECT Desktop and CylancePROTECT Mobile
- Add a file to the CylancePROTECT Desktop global quarantine or global safe list
- Add a file to the CylancePROTECT Desktop local quarantine or local safe list
- Add a certificate to the CylancePROTECT Desktop global safe list
- Add an app, certificate, IP address, or domain to a CylancePROTECT Mobile safe or restricted list
- Analyzing data collected by CylanceOPTICS
- CylanceOPTICS sensors
- Data structures that CylanceOPTICS uses to identify threats
- View devices that are enabled for CylanceOPTICS
- Using InstaQuery and advanced query to analyze artifact data
- View focus data
- View and download files that CylanceOPTICS has retrieved
- Using CylanceOPTICS to detect and respond to events
- Create a detection rule set
- View and manage detections
- Creating custom detection rules
- Create a detection exception
- Deploy a package to collect data from devices
- Create a package playbook to respond to events
- Lock a device
- Sending actions to a device
- Managing user risk with CylancePERSONA Desktop
- Monitoring network connections with CylanceGATEWAY
- View mobile OS vulnerabilities
- Auditing administrator actions
- Managing logs
- Send events to a SIEM solution or syslog server
- Enable access to the Cylance User API
- Troubleshooting Cylance Endpoint Security
- Using the BlackBerry Support Collection Tool
- Troubleshooting CylancePROTECT Desktop
- Troubleshooting CylanceOPTICS
Manage user groups
You can manage user groups for users who are enabled for the
CylancePROTECT Mobileapp and for
CylanceGATEWAYusers. A user group is a collection of related users who share common properties. Administering users as a group is more efficient than administering individual users because properties can be added, changed, or removed for all members of the group at the same time. When you assign policies to user groups, the policies apply to all members of the group.
Cylance Endpoint Securityhas two types of user groups:
- Directory groups link to groups in your company directory. The membership of the group synchronizes with the membership list in the directory. For more information, see Configure onboarding and offboarding.
- Local groups are created and maintained in the management console. You can assign any local user or directory user to a local group.
For more information about creating groups, see the Setup content.
- In the management console, on the menu bar, clickAssets > User Groups.
- To assign policies to the group, under policies, click and select the policy that you want to assign.You can also assign policies to users and groups from the policy settings.
- To manage users in the group, click theUserstab.