Week 36, 2022

Check Compliance Trend Chart

Our new compliance trend widget allows you to see the results of a given check over time. It can be embedded, for example, in a report in order to show progress, or identify large changes due to an external system change. Maybe you were at 99% MFA compliance yesterday and today you’re at 80%. Or maybe you’ve done the work to stamp out dormant accounts and you want to present this to your management to show progress. Having a visualization of these changes over time makes it easy to see in an instant how you’re doing with respect to any of the dozens of checks that Oort provides.

Usability improvements

Admins can now sort MFA factors by status, number of changes, usage count, device, phone number, or last updated date from the User 360 Overview tab. By default the factors are sorted by max usage count, so the most used MFA factor comes first.

For each check, you could already view the underlying logs and provide feedback from the checks list in a user 360 page, now you can also do it directly from the users list in a check page. As a reminder logs give you underlying events behind a failed check, and feedback is used to train and refine our models (as you can see in the next section).

Increased accuracy of our models

Our models age like good wine: we keep refining them so that you see fewer false positives and false negatives over time.

This week, we have made β€œNew IP” tagging and checks based on Workday data more accurate.

As always we love to hear your feedback and suggestions on our features and roadmap. Do not hesitate to get in touch!

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