Audit Trails and Auditing for Corporate Portals, Role-Based Logins for Corporate Portals, Corporate Portal Auditing Austin - Clarity Ventures
If you’re interested in learning more about how corporate portals work, one of the fundamental things to understand is corporate portal audit trails and auditing. Many people are drawn to corporate portals because of their ability to leverage this feature. Read on for an overview.
What is an Audit Trail?
An audit trail is a set of records that provides details about how individual users move about within a corporate portal. This includes information accessed, financial transactions, and communications. Audit trails are not accessible to normal users, and instead operate within closed-loop controls (or as part of a “closed system”). They access and supervise all transactions from all users.
Corporate Portal Auditing and Your Business
If your company experiences a financial hiccup or a glitch in communication, having access to an audit trial will resolve the problem quickly.
There are many reasons your business may need an audit trail to monitor corporate portal transactions. One of the most common reasons for corporate portal auditing is HIPAA compliance; if you run a healthcare practice, then you are required by law to tightly monitor access to all healthcare records. Being able to quickly and easily provide an audit trail will move you through a HIPAA Compliance Audit. However, even if you aren’t a healthcare practitioner, there are compelling reasons for audit trails. If your company experiences a financial hiccup or a glitch in communication, having access to an audit trial will resolve the problem quickly.
Role-Based Logins and Corporate Portal Authentication
Clarity can develop role-based login and authentication for your corporate portal system to ensure the privacy and success of your audit trail. Claims-based authentication is an identity logic that simplifies the authentication process while maximizing website security. Within this single sign-on, role-based login system, you can set access control such that only certain personnel has access to different types of information. This will make your audit trail even more straightforward and easier to track.
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