Security Groups

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Security Groups can be used to restrict content to specified network addresses and ranges. Once security groups have been defined, they can be applied to content at the campaign level. The security groups can be accessed via Company Settings, then Security groups.

Creating a security group

  1. From the side menu, under Company click Settings.
  2. Under Security click Security groups.
  3. Click Manage Security Groups.
  4. Click the New button.
  5. Enter a Name.
  6. Click the Save button.
    The new security group will display in the Security Groups list.

You now need to add network rules to the group.

Creating security rules

  1. Click the new security group Name. This will list all the rules of the group (none at present).
  2. Click the New button.
  3. Insert a valid CIDR address or network range.
    For more information on the CIDR format refer to Classless Inter-Domain Routing.
    If you are unsure of the correct CIDR rules for your own network environment or business case, contact your local internal network administrator.
  4. Click the Save button.
    The new rule will display in the listing.
  5. Add more rules as required to a security group. The rules can overlap with other rules in any other security groups you may have defined.

Using security groups

Once your security groups are defined, they can be applied at a campaign level. By default, all published content on a campaign is publicly visible.

To restrict the content of a campaign to a security group:

  1. From the side menu, under Content click Web Pages.
  2. Click the Name of the relevant campaign.
  3. From the top right, click the Edit icon.
  4. From the Security Group drop down, select the relevant group.
  5. Click the Save button to keep the settings.

All published content is now restricted to that security group. Any users outside the security groups network rules will be presented with a HTTP 403 error page, indicating that they are forbidden from viewing or interacting with the content

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