Siemplify allows creating different sets of user groups and then assigning them different levels of permissions to different modules.

  1. Navigate to Settings > Organizations > Permissions.
  2. Click Add Permission Group and add a suitable name. For example, SOC Managers.
  3. Select Edit/View/None for each of the modules for this new Group.
  • Cases
  • Connectors
  • Dashboards
  • Entities
  • Homepage
  • IDE
  • Investigator
  • Jobs
  • Marketplace
  • Ontology
  • Playbooks
  • Reports
  • Search
  • Selfbranding
  • Settings
  • Simulation
  • Warroom
  • Make sure to click the blue Save button on the top right of the screen.

Restricting Environments and Actions

You can also use Restrictions as a way of preventing access to certain types of information from certain User Groups. For example, as an MSSP, you might have a separate SOC Manager groups for separate environments.

  1. Click on the required User Group.
  2. In the Restricted Environments section, click the plus icon and choose the Environment which this User Group should not be able to access.
  3. In the Restricted Actions section, click the plus icon and choose the Action/s which this User Group should not be able to access.

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