Latest enhancements to the SDMC server
The SDMC server is compatible with the following components:
Latest stable browser version:
|SDS for C&M Desktop client||SDS for C&M 3.2 and 3.3.XX|
|SDS for C&M Mobile application||
SDS for C&M 3.1.1 and 3.3.XX for iOS
SDS for C&M 18.104.22.1681 and 3.3.XX for Android
Thursday, October 29, 2020
All the emails received by administrators or users from SDS for C&M have been modified for better readability.
Thursday, September 10, 2020
The following operations generate new logs that are available through the API:
- Invite an administrator,
- Delete an administrator,
- Invite an administrator again,
- Modify an administrator's permissions,
- Modify an administrator,
- Delete a user,
- Delete a user's device,
- Create an API token,
- Delete an API token.
Support reference 174499CW
The last activity date of users who have created an Stormshield Data Security for Cloud & Mobility account but never used the product is no longer set to 01/01/1970. It is now set to the account creation date. There is no last activity date for predeclared users who have not created their accounts yet.
August 20, 2020
Emails for account validation
The emails received by users to validate their accounts have been modified for better readability.
The following security operations generate new logs that are available through the API:
- Modify users' passwords (Helpdesk),
- Recover user accounts (Recovery).
Friday, July 17, 2020
Exporting logs of actions performed by external users
The API now makes it possible to extract from the SDMC server all logs relating to actions performed by external users who do not have SDS for C&M accounts.
July 1, 2020
Blocking external collaboration
The new policy setting Allow external collaboration must now be enabled so that users can share protected files with external users who do not have the SDS for C&M client or application.
Monday, May 4, 2020
New logs for protection and decryption operations through SDS for C&M Encryption Portal
All protection and decryption operations performed from SDS for C&M Encryption Portal are now visible in the SDMC User activity panel. The user list displays all internal and external users with whom the files have been shared.
As the operations were performed from a browser, the client version is replaced by the SDS for C&M Encryption Portal version ID, and the device name remains unknown.
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Inviting users through the API
A new parameter in the user predeclaration API allows you to send emails to users, inviting them to create their SDS for C&M Encryption Portal accounts.
Friday, March 6, 2020
User password expiration
The administrator can now define a validity period for user passwords. When their passwords expire, users are prompted to change them when they next log in to SDS for C&M Encryption Portal.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
SDS for C&M Encryption Portal
End users can now perform the following operations by accessing SDS for C&M Encryption Portal in their browsers without the prior installation of the SDS for C&M client on their workstations.
- Create an SDS for C&M account,
- Log in with their SDS for C&M accounts,
- Protect confidential files,
- Open protected files.
SDS for C&M becomes much easier to deploy and use, since the server can be accessed on all operating systems.
Collaboration with external users
SDS for C&M makes it possible to share protected files with external users who do not have the SDS for C&M client on their computers or mobile devices. In the Grant access menu in the SDS for C&M client, the user enters the recipients’ e-mail addresses, then grants them access to the files.
On the recipients’ side, they either authenticate on SDS for C&M Encryption Portal through their SDS for C&M accounts, or use a code that they received via email if they do not have accounts. They can then upload the protected file to the web page suggested by SDS for C&M Encryption Portal, which decrypts and saves it directly on the workstation.
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Security administration: Helpdesk and Recovery roles
The change password feature is now not only available on the SDS for C&M client, but also from your browser on the SDS for C&M Portal if you have the Helpdesk role.
The give access feature is now not only available on the SDS for C&M client, but also from your browser on the SDS for C&M Portal if you have the Recovery role.
Monday, June 17, 2019
Shared Helpdesk and Recovery roles
In built-in key management mode, the Helpdesk and Recovery roles can now be shared among several users.
New security administrator role
In built-in key management mode, the SDMC security administrator is the first user registered on the server. In addition to holding the Helpdesk and Recovery roles, this user can now assign these roles individually to other users. This operation is performed through the new Portal SDS for C&M. This feature makes it possible to share administration duties among several users.
Monday, February 11, 2019
Collaboration between several partner companies
You can now invite users using other corporate accounts to work together with your users, allowing you to access the directories of these companies. Your users will then be able to exchange protected data easily with all users from partner companies.
By default in SDS for C&M, any user from the allowed domains can create an account and use the service. It is now possible to allow access to only a user whitelist that has been declared beforehand via the API. In this case, users that are not on the whitelist will not be able to create SDS for C&M accounts.
Activation e-mails for user accounts and administrators' invitation e-mails can now be manually re-sent.
Administrators now receive notification e-mails every time there is a connection to their account and during each step of an external collaboration (i.e., new requests, accepted or rejected collaboration requests, end of a collaboration).
These notifications can be disabled in your administrator profile.
When logs are being exported via the SDMC API, a new remote_ip field represents the IPv4 or IPv6 address of the device that generated the log.
Thursday, December 13, 2018
The SDMC web interface views now contain direct links to the corresponding procedures on the technical documentation website. The user experience is improved when configuring the product.
Improved Settings menu
In the Settings view, an extra page guides you to the exact settings that you need to define.
Monday, December 10, 2018
New filters in the Users view
There are new filters in the Users view to display users according to their statuses (e.g., Registered users, Pending users, Special users).
Exporting logs of actions performed by users
The API now makes it possible to extract from the SDMC server all logs relating to actions performed by users so that such logs can be centralized, for example.
Identifying the global administrator
SDMC‘s global administrator is allowed to create other administrators. In the Administrators view, this role is now clearly labeled.
Thursday, October 25, 2018
Once you have created your corporate account, you can add several other domains. The users belonging to these domains will be allowed to use SDS for C&M.
You can now request to send the following emails again:
- The email sent to invite an administrator,
- The email used to validate a user account.
A Help button (?) is now available at the top right side of the administration interface. It provides access to the latest enhancements to the SDMC server, all related documentation, and the Stormshield Knowledge Base.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Azure AD configuration
When creating an Office 365 (SharePoint Online) or OneDrive for Business shared space, you can now choose between two Azure AD configuration modes: use Stormshield‘s Azure application, or configure your own Azure AD.
If you choose to use Stormshield‘s application, you can click on a link to activate it automatically in your Azure AD.
API access tokens
The SDMC server now provides access tokens allowing third party applications to request the SDMC API.
New role for the administrators
A new permission, Managing tokens, is now available for administrators, allowing them to manage SDMC API access tokens.
A user logging on to SDS for C&M from a new device now receives an email. This email provides information about the device IP address, name, operating system; it also indicates the date the device was registered on the SDMC server.
When you create your corporate account, you will now be notified that you can test SDS for C&M for 30 days free of charge, and limited to a maximum of 10 users during the trial period. Once this period expires, you must import a license so that new users can be added.
Additional information is now available in the More about licenses section of the SDMC web administration interface.
Logging user activity
The User activity panel now displays a log each time a protected document is edited.