Privacy and Security Checklist

Actions that your organization can take to ensure Command is configured at the highest level of security

Updated over a week ago

Configuration steps

  1. Open the All Products menu from the top left-hand corner of Command

  2. Select Admin

  3. Select Privacy & Security

Once there you can access the list of actions to take to ensure your organization is secure. Some of the items will automatically be marked as complete once the task is complete.

  • Enforce 2FA - Require users in your organization to set up and use 2FA when logging in via password. Turn this enforcement on in the Privacy & Security section of Admin.

  • Review Session Duration - Set the amount of time a user’s session lasts before having to log in again. Review the configured session duration in the Privacy & Security section of Admin.

  • Set Up and Enable SSO - Configure SSO as an authentication method for your users, and complete the "Run Login Test" step to enable it (for enhanced security, make SSO required.)

  • Set Up SCIM - Configure SCIM to provision and manage your users and groups through Okta or Azure identity management.

  • Add Primary Key Contact - Add a primary contact who will serve as the designated point of contact for general communications.

  • Add Billing Key Contact - Add a billing contact who will serve as the designated point of contact for billing-related communications.

  • Add Security Key Contact - Add a security contact who will serve as the designated point of contact for security-related communications.

  • Review Users - Ensure your users list and user roles are up to date and remove any users if necessary.

  • Review Groups - Ensure each user is added to the group(s) that grants the correct permissions.

  • Review Default Camera Data Storage Location - Set the default geographic region where camera video and image data will be stored. Review the configured location in the Privacy & Security section of Admin.

  • Confirm Appropriate Notice - Confirm that all physical sites have appropriate signage with regards to camera recordings and that the company receives appropriate consent from employees and guests.

  • Review People Analytics Notice - Review and accept the Analytics Terms and Conditions. This may be found in the Analytics subsection of Admin > Cameras.

  • Review Audit Logs - Review the logged actions of Command users in your organization to check for irregular activity.

Note: If a certain action does not pertain to your organization you can dismiss it from the list if it has a dropdown arrow next to the item name and it will not count toward your completion percentage.

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