The eGuardian Policy Engine allows you to define an action to be executed when a specific condition is met for the specified event.
As an example you can skip MFA and automatically approve users who are located in a specific country and belong to a specific Active Directory group. We've provided a user-friendly UI to define these policies.
Each policy consists of 3 main sections:
- Policy general information like name, description, event, etc.
- Conditions in which the policy will be triggered
- Action to be triggered when the conditions are met
Conditions are basically predicates by which we define a policy. If you think of a policy as a type of food, conditions are the ingredients.
You don't have to start from scratch. We set up a number of pre-baked policies which are commonly used. You can simply enable and update them as needed.
Policy Management Console
There are two eGuardian products that both allow you to manage the policies.
Not all customers need the Appliance. They can directly login to the eGuardian Dashboard and navigate to Policies from the side menu.
You can update the policies directly from the Appliance if you prefer and you already have it installed for your organization.
Check out the Appliance Policy Management Console page for more details.