From IBM MaaS360 v2.3.x MDM Security Technical Implementation Guide
Part of PP-MDM-202105
Associated with: CCI-000366
Having several roles for the MaaS360 Server supports separation of duties. This allows administrator-level privileges to be granted granularly, such as giving application management privileges to one group and security policy privileges to another group. This helps prevent administrators from intentionally or inadvertently altering other settings and configurations they may not understand or approve of, which can weaken overall security and increase the risk of compromise.
a. MD user: able to log into the application store and request approved applications
b. Server primary administrator: primary administrator for the server, including server installation, configuration, patching, and setting up admin accounts.
c. Security configuration administrator: Has the ability to define new policies but not to push them to managed mobile devices.
d. Device user group administrator: Has the ability to set up new user accounts, add devices, and push security policies and issue administrative commands to managed mobile devices or MDM agents.
e. Auditor: Has the ability to set audit configuration parameters and delete or modify the content of logs.
SFR ID: FMT_SMR.1.1(1) Refinement
Review the MaaS360 server console and confirm that different roles (administrator, auditor, user) are created with different levels of privileges providing separation of duties for different users/groups. On the MaaS360 console complete the following steps: 1. Go to Setup >> Roles 2. Verify all required roles are listed (Note: Role titles maybe different than listed in the requirement statement) 3. Select applicable role and select "edit", then verify that the role has the appropriate rights based on description in Vulnerability description. If the MaaS360 server does all required roles and the roles do not have appropriate rights, this is a finding.
On the MaaS360 console complete the following steps: 1. For each role do the following 2. Go to Setup >> Roles 3. Select the "Add Role" Button 4. Under "Basic Information" Input the Role Name and Role Description 5. Under "Select Mode of Creation" click on the "Create new" bubble and then click Next 6. Under "Grant Access Rights" select the appropriate rights for the role and then click Save
Lavender hyperlinks in small type off to the right (of CSS
id, if you view the page source) point to
globally unique URIs for each document and item. Copy the
link location and paste anywhere you need to talk
unambiguously about these things.
You can obtain data about documents and items in other
formats. Simply provide an HTTP header
Powered by sagemincer