is built with a strong focus on security and has a password policy that conforms to NIST 800-63B. It provides the following security features: Token based authentication. Role base access control. OIDC Identity Provider. Encryption at rest – using tools to encrypt the data before writing it to storage. Encryption at transit – Using TLS encryption (note – a few agents/protocols still do not provide TLS. If encryption at transit is needed for such features, it must be enabled in the networking layer). Immutable images, scanned with image scanners for CVEs. Automated certificate management, using the cert-manager tool to integrate with CA.
Our web UIs and the following agents and profiles uses token based authentication:
See /wiki/spaces/UEPED2/pages/2225339 for more information.
Access control to OIDC authenticated applications is integrated in role model, see /wiki/spaces/UEPED2/pages/2223728 for more information.
See/wiki/spaces/UEPED2/pages/2224129 for more information.
The following agents and profiles use TLS:
and the system interfaces use HTTPS and TLS.
is delivered as docker images that are being scanned for any potential CVEs before being made available for download.
Use of cert-manager is recommended for deployment in private cloud or AWS, but can be disabled if needed.
See /wiki/spaces/UEPED2/pages/2224373 and /wiki/spaces/UEPED2/pages/2223281 for more information.