Security Extension for Jive

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The Security Extension is a must-have plugin if you want to play it safe when running a Jive-based community that is externally accessible. Once it is activated, users can enter their username and …

The Security Extension is a must-have plugin if you want to play it safe when running a Jive-based community that is externally accessible. Once it is activated, users can enter their username and password to obtain one-time tokens via email or text message. The plugin also allows encrypted bidirectional email communications as well as the encryption
of uploaded documents. 

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  • 1. Social Business Zolutions made in Germany
  • 2. POKESHOT ///SMZ Security Extension April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ     2  
  • 3. /// Overview April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   3   !  ! The Security Extension is a must-have plugin if you want to play it safe! when running a Jive-based community that is externally accessible.! Once it is activated, users can enter their username and password to! obtain one-time tokens via email or text message. The plugin also allows encrypted bidirectional email communications as well as the encryption of uploaded documents. !
  • 4. April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   4   /// Features – Token Authentication !  Increased login security via one-time token authentication. !  Highly customizable in terms of configuring which sets of users require token authentication. !  Automated generation of one-time tokens. !  Different options available for token delivery (email or text message).
  • 5. April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   5   /// Features – Email Encryption !  ! Encryption of email communications entering Jive with PGP or S/ MIME. !  Bidirectional encryption by either: •  Uploading users public key within security settings, •  Downloading the public key of the Jive system and adding it to the local mail client.
  • 6. April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   6   /// Features – Document Encryption !  On top of roles and rights assignments, users can encrypt documents that are password protected. !  No access is provided to systems administrators. !  Encryption is implemented at the database level.
  • 7. ///Screenshots Jivelstrano April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ     7  
  • 8. April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   8   /// Screenshot Example !  Customization of the security setting within the Jive user profile.
  • 9. April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   9   /// Screenshot Example !  Possibility to upload a key file and add it to the local mail client. !  Encryption of email communications entering Jive by downloading with PGP or S/ MIME.
  • 10. April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   10   /// Screenshot Example !  In tab Token security two alternatives are possible to choose. !  Example: Get the token via SMS.
  • 11. April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   11   /// Screenshot Example !  In tab Token security two alternatives are possible to choose. !  Example: Get the token via email.
  • 12. April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   12   /// Screenshot Example !  Token via Email.
  • 13. April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   13   /// Screenshot Example !  Login screen after putting in user name and password if token authentication is used.
  • 14. /// Upshot April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ   14   !  Security played a major role in enterprise software long before the recent spying scandal. So play it safe and use our Security Extension plugin to encrypt not only all email communications entering and exiting Jive with PGP or S/MIME but also uploaded documents. What’s more, the tool gives your organization the added security of two-factor authentication by enabling the use of one-time tokens. 
  • 15. ///Thank you If you have any questions don’t hesitate contacting us. Learn more at www.pokeshot-smz.com Contact us at sales@pokeshot-smz.com April  10,  2014   Pokeshot///SMZ  |  Patrick  Fähling   15