Smart Assurance software provides multiple levels of security. The administrators can configure the software security to secure the system and control access to it as appropriate for their needs.
The various levels of security can be implemented by any one of these ways:
- Authentication and user privileges
- Secure communication
The security features are enabled with default settings when you install the software. The default security settings permit access to the system. Therefore, change the default usernames, passwords, and the secret phrase to enforce access control to the software. In addition, restrict access to the security configuration files.