Security

BancWorks Security

Today’s laws and regulations applying to IT security are strongly enforced and demand strict compliance. To meet these requirements, BancWorks ensures employees receive precisely the access rights they need exactly when they need them. Not only does this help to achieve regulatory compliance but also improves productivity.

Identifying users is the first step, but it’s equally important to control where you can go and what information you can access. BancWorks security provides authorization based on a user’s roll or relationship to the organization. For example, create a special section of content visible only to your marketing team.”

BancWorks offers your administrator the right to establish access and edit privileges to any content on the system to any employee or groups of employees. Two unique security solutions are provided to ensure safe information access, Windows Active Directory and Forms Authentication.

 

Active Directory and eDirectory:

  • Provides unlimited levels of access control.
  • Single Sign On (SSO) based on Windows Active Directory or Novell eDirectory allows users access to the intranet without using a username and password and eliminates a separate login.
  • Each user or user group can be assigned different access rights according to their specific needs.
  • Multiple levels of administrator permissions can be assigned to heads of departments or company divisions to manage their own content. For example, a Human Resource Manager can manage their section of the intranet without access to any other administrative areas.

 

Forms Authentication:

  • Provides unlimited levels of access control.
  • Requires username and password for access, with this information is encrypted, maintained and managed within the software.
  • Self-service user enrollment allows users to register and manage their own account information.
  • Administrators can centrally add, modify, and delete user accounts.
  • Administrators can assign access rights to specific users or groups of users.
  • Each user or user group can be assigned different access rights according to their specific needs.
  • Multiple levels of administrator permissions can be assigned to heads of departments or company divisions to manage their own content. For example, a Human Resource Manager can manage their section of the intranet without access to any other administrative areas.