Lumu simplifies Continuous Compromise Assessment by consolidating its management, reporting, and related contextual intelligence within a single portal. Security teams no longer need to chase down data from multiple network monitoring tools.
In the “Settings” section of the
Lumu Portal, you can manage user access for your organization and email settings for your specific user.
Add users, change user information and roles (Admin, User, etc.), and deactivate or delete accounts. All users from an organization must have access to the Lumu Portal under the same company account.
Only Admin users have access to account management. The “User” role provides read only access to the portal and have restricted access to add collectors.
Figure 1 - Accounts Management.
If you try to add a user to your Portal account and receive the error:
“The email may already be associated to an active account”
, then the user already created another account. To solve the issue, have the user
delete their account
in the Lumu Portal so that you can add their email to your company account.
Once you deactivate a user account, the user will no longer be allowed to log in until you activate it again. After deleting the user account, the user will need to be added again before they can access the Lumu Portal.
The Lumu Portal notification system makes compromise intelligence much more consumable and shareable. The notification e-mail are incident-centric and are sent for each new incident logged in the Lumu Portal.
Figure 2 - Example of Notification Email.
Use the “Email” section of the Lumu Portal to manage scheduled reports and notifications settings. In this area, you can enable, disable, and control how Lumu sends incident notifications and malicious activity reports fo
your specific user.
Figure 3 - Email settings area.
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