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Nova Current - Reporting Security Guide

Separation of customer data

A common concern related to cloud based services is the prevention of commingling of data that belongs to different customers. Quest Nova Reporting has architected its solution to specifically prevent such data commingling by logically separating customer data stores.
 

Customer data are differentiated using a Customer Organization Identifier. The Customer Organization Identifier is a unique identifier that is created when the customer signs up with the application.
 

This identifier is used throughout the solution to ensure strict data separation of customers' data in both the MySQL and Elasticsearch storage solutions and during processing.

 

 

Network communications

The following scheme shows the communication configuration between key components of Quest Nova Reporting.

 

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Internal network communication for Quest Nova reporting includes:

·Inter-service communication between Quest Nova Reporting components

·Communication to customer Azure AD/Office 365 tenants

·Communication between backend and frontend

 

All network communication is secured with HTTPS TLS1.2.
 

Inter-service communication uses OAuth authentication using a Quest Azure AD service account with the rights to access the services. Backend services of Quest Nova Reporting can be accessed by UI with the signed-in user.

 

The Quest Nova user interface uses OAuth authentication with JWT token issued to a logged in user.
 

There are no unsecured HTTP calls within Quest Nova Reporting.

Authentication of users

The customer logs in to the application either via Azure Active Directory Single Sign On, or by providing Quest Nova user account credentials.

 

Role based access control

Quest Nova Reporting does provide the common authentication via Quest Id. Quest Nova is configured with default roles that can be edited or deleted, and also allows you to add custom roles to make permissions more granular. Each access role has a specific set of permissions that determines what tasks a user assigned to the role can perform.

 

-Account Administrator - This gives access to be able to create and manage policies in Delegation and Policy Control.

-Auth Policy Admin - This gives users the ability just to manage policies within Quest Nova.

-Autopilot Classic - This gives access to be able to perform allowed actions against users, mailboxes, groups, contacts and Microsoft Teams. It is the role most appropriate to a delegated administrator.

-Config Policy Admin

-IT Administrator - This gives a user the ability to use Quest Nova, but restricts them from changing the configuration or security of Quest Nova itself.

-License Admin - This gives people the ability to create and maintain License Policies.

-Organization Unit Admin - This gives users the ability to maintain virtual organizational units.

-TMS admin

-Radar Classic - This gives access to reporting data, and the Report Center.

-Report Reader - Report Readers are assigned a view-only status for reports. They can read, print and download (.CSV or .PDF) reports, but unable to create, import, clone or edit reports.

-System Administrator - This roles gives access to the Tenant Management System, and does not give any direct access to the Quest Nova application (unless it is combined with other roles).

-TMS License Admin

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