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Enterprise organizations often have unique data security needs, making additional security options and configurations necessary for compliance. Vyond Secure Suite, available only with Vyond for Enterprise, gives administrators the flexibility they need to implement Vyond while ensuring that company data remains secure.
Protect your team’s user information – and company data – from being compromised by brute force login attacks. This feature protects against guessed passwords and brute force attacks by allowing the account administrator to set the number of failed login attempts before an account is locked. The method of resolving an account lock is also configurable. Lockouts can be resolved by an administrator, or with a customizable timeout.
Define a timeout for inactive logged in accounts, ensuring that unauthorized users won’t be able to access sensitive data on idle systems. This timer is administrator-configurable to match your company’s preferred balance of convenience and security.
This feature allows administrators to ensure that your organization’s Vyond account is only accessible through trusted connections. This prevents logins from any address that has not been specifically whitelisted.
For organizations with company-wide password complexity and password change requirements, customizable password security is an ideal solution. With the Vyond Secure Suite, it’s easy to enforce password policy compliance – including requiring regular password changes, disallowing the use of previously used passwords, and requiring complex passwords.
For environments where other options aren’t secure enough, Vyond offers SAML 2.0 SSO designed for direct integration with your corporate authentication service. All authentication is done locally, and based on a signed, secure certificate. This feature allows you to control password security requirements directly from your authentication server.
Vyond utilizes cache for enhanced speed when generating videos or previews. Custom cache expiration allows an administrator to define how long data will remain cached – and to decide on the optimal balance between speed and security for your organization.
What is cache?
Cache is a means of retrieving data that needs to be readily accessed and available for future requests for that data. Caching allows you to quickly and efficiently access previously retrieved or computed data. Cached data is at a higher risk of being compromised than data utilizing other storage methods.