EIS Expiring User Accounts

Feb 28, 2012

Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith

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The last update to EIS brought many security enhancements to the system, including the ability to set a preset number of days a user has been inactive.  Once this number of days of inactivity has been reached, the user account id will be marked as “Inactive” and will be unable to access the system unless unlocked by an enterprise administrator (such as Mintek).

Security Enhancement for Inactive Users

These changes are just part of the comprehensive updates made to EISduring the 4th quarter. The most beneficial modification to EIS for users is the notification process when an unsuccessful login attempt is attempted on your account. If someone tries to use your username with an invalid password the system will immediately send you an email notifying you of the attempted access. This security feature is designed to protect you and your CPE inventory from unauthorized access.

This customizable parameter can be changed to fit the needs of any organizations information systems security policy.

Stuart Smith

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