The Multi-Org Console for Cisco Umbrella
Sr. Product Manager Dima Kumets introduces the Multi-Org Console for Cisco Umbrella.
Is your central security team forced to manage multiple decentralized organizations (“org” for short) due to geography, regulatory compliance, or other administrative segregation? If so, you can now centrally manage security configuration and reporting per org in a “single pane of glass” without adding complexity or losing accountability.
The Multi-Org Console is the simplest way for your team to gain shared control and unified visibility for tens to hundreds of separate orgs. Unlike boxes or other cloud solutions, it eliminates both complex version-controlled configurations and delegated administration. But similar to using boxes, configuration and reporting data is fully partitioned, accessible, and customizable by local admins.
Create new or remove old orgs at a click of button. Just allocate your licensed seats between the orgs.
View which orgs have the most blocked command & control callbacks to botnet infrastructure or the most blocked Web or email-based redirect attempts to malicious sites. Now go identify which systems are compromised or which attacks are targeting you.
To point DNS to our global network, you provision networks, deploy roaming clients, or for more granularity, install virtual appliances within networks. If any of these sources of DNS become inactive over a period of time, we’ll instantly let you know.
Both centralized and local settings (e.g. security, block pages) are used to configure policies in your orgs. Simply link centralized settings to one, multiple, all, or even future orgs. Centralized settings are read-only for local admins, but they can still apply local settings to their orgs’ policies. And we indicate which orgs are using local settings.
It’s quite common to learn about a new threat or risk that you want to block immediately and everywhere. Simply add the destination to a centralized default block list. For more nuanced use cases, it’s easy to limit the scope to a few orgs.