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 for 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:
- General information such as name, description and event
- Conditions in which the policy will be triggered
- Action to be triggered when the conditions are met
Conditions are essentially 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-defined policies which are commonly used. You can simply enable and update them as needed.