When configuring the security settings of your Curatr instance, you'll be interested to know about the native security settings within the platform. Once properly set-up, you can push all Curatr user sessions through a Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Additionally, you can configure registration for courses to only be accessible via a private link. Lastly, you can force end users to choose a strong password for their Curatr accounts.
Read on below for steps on how to enable and configure all of these services.
Locating and Enabling SSL
Admin Area > Your Org > Settings > Services
- Click SSL
- On the following screen, click the Enabled checkbox.
- Click SAVE
NOTE: Enabling SSL may have an impact on how your objects are displayed within Curatr. By enabling SSL, it will block any non SSL sites from being displayed in the Curatr Object Viewer, however if a HTTPS equivalent of the site exists, it would work.
Enabling Security Settings
In order to change the Security settings of your Curatr site:
Admin Area > Your Org > Settings > Security
- Check the Enabled box to be able to customise Security settings.
- Check the Password Difficulty box to strengthen the required format of passwords for your organisation. If enabled, password requirements for users will be an 8 character minimum with at least one number (e.g `2`), one character (e.g `a`), and one symbol (e.g `$`).
- Click SAVE