This past two weeks was another one of those sprints where we focused mostly on code and infrastructure improvements (aka 'tech debts').
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Improved mapping with between policy controls/procedures, query questions and compliance requirements. You will be prompted to run mapping for security requirements when you add a compliance standard object, if there is no existing mappings at the requirements level.
Compliance evidence download now includes policy procedures mapping as well as user provided evidence links and notes in the package, in addition to query outputs.
Fixed an issue where S3 bucket permission to AWS global authenticated users (
http://acs.amazonaws.com/groups/global/AuthenticatedUsers) was not parsed and mapped.
Split processing of IAM policy permissions and IAM role trusts to separate steps to avoid timeout that happened in accounts with large number of IAM policies.
Added support to configure multiple integration instances (i.e. Azure subscriptions).
Also added an option to enable/disable Active Directory data ingestion for a particular integration instance.
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resourceGroupproperty on compute resources, and other minor improvements.
archivedproperty on repos.
First iteration of JumpCloud integration is released. This release ingests users and user groups from connected JumpCloud account.
See JumpCloud integration docs for more details.
Improvements and Bug Fixes
Fixed a parsing error with multi-line queries on Windows systems because of the
Fixed a couple of data loading and UI issues with alerts.
Fixed a navigation issue when creating a new integration instance -- instead of being navigated back to the list of configurations, you will stay on the integration instance page and will be prompted to run the integration for the first time.
Fixed a scrolling issue with Docs in Query Library.
Various backend and infrastructure improvements.