The Connected Apps page includes the following new features:
2-Legged OAuth in Connected Apps
On the Connected Apps page, you can filter to display 2-legged or 3-legged OAuth apps. 2-legged Connected Apps are approved across the enterprise. Information on 2-legged OAuth is available at a metadata level. No user data is available. For details, see 2-Legged OAuth in Connected Apps.
Status Assignment by Filter
On the Connected Apps page, the Status Assignment by filter identifies if a Connected Apps status is the result of a policy, admin, or system change, and allows you to filter by it. For details see, Connected Apps Page.
On the Details pane, the Notes section provides an area to keep notes on this Connected App. For example, you could add a Support ticket number for a status change. This feature requires you to Data Storage. For details see, Connected Apps Page.
On the Details pane, the Status Changes section lists the status history of the Connected App with a timestamp. For details see, Connected Apps Page.
Change Tenants in IAM Login
Skyhigh Security IAM provides a simplified way to switch between different tenants directly from the Skyhigh Security IAM login page. For details, see Change Tenants in McAfee IAM Dashboard.
View Tenant Name in the Report Email
The reports are sent to the user directly from Skyhigh CASB through email. The report email consists of a download report link and the name of the associated tenant who has sent the report. For details, see View Report Email.
Detect and Remove Sensitive Content Shared in Teams/Channels
Using DLP polices, Skyhigh CASB extends support for secure collaboration in Microsoft Teams. For more details, see Microsoft Teams Secure Collaboration Use Cases.
Policy Templates Mapped to NIST 800-53
Policy Templates have been mapped to NIST 800-53 security and privacy controls. The Policy Templates page includes a benchmark filter for NIST 800-53, which allows you to sort templates by this designation. For details, see About the Policy Templates Page.
CVE Number Search in the Omnibar
In the Omnibar, the CVE Number search allows you to search by Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) numbers of publicly known cybersecurity vulnerabilities. The CVE Number search is available in the Omnibar on the Cloud Registry and Services Overview pages. For details, see CVE Number Search.
Sort Columns on the Users Page
On the Users page, you can now sort in most columns, including the Last Activity column, which sorts by date. For details, see Users Overview.
Service Risk Attribute - WAF Detection Mode
The WAF Detection Mode Service Risk attribute has been added. For details see, Service Risk Management.
Deprecated Service Risk Attribute
The attribute Source of Leak for Darknet has been deprecated by the third-party service that created it. Skyhigh CASB has distributed the corresponding weight of the former attribute among the following attributes:
- Known Malicious Misuse of Service
- Breach Identified for Service
- Application Security Vulnerability Protection