Configuring after onboarding
During the onboarding process for SecOps Response, an administrative role is specified. Users belonging to that role are considered to be endpoint administrators. They can perform administrative tasks to ensure the SecOps Response environment is functioning smoothly.
|Configuration task||Related topics|
|Logging on as an endpoint administrator|
Manage security groups. A security group is a group of users that inherit a set of restrictions and permissions.
View and manage connections to endpoint managers.
View user information.
User permissions are based on the security groups to which a user belongs. All user information is view-only.
|Viewing user information|
Configure Data Refresh.
The Data Refresh capability watches the connectors and regularly updates any of their data that is used in SecOps Response.
|Configuring Data Refresh|
View information for external connectors and update information obtained using BMC Discovery.
Endpoint administrators can only view information used to set up connections for BMC Discovery and BMC Atrium Orchestrator. In addition, endpoint administrators can manually refresh BMC Discovery data.
|Viewing and using connections to external products|
Provide service level agreement information.
Both endpoint administrators and non-administrative users can specify the service level agreements (SLAs) applicable to your organization.
|Providing service level agreement information|
Viewing license usage.
Download a report showing your current license usage.
|Viewing license usage|
Tags let you enrich data associated with assets. A tag is a key/value pair. For example, an asset tag could be called Owner and its values could be defined as various asset owners.
You can import tag data in a comma separated value (CSV) format.