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Abbantia Datafence

Protect the data stored in Abbantia ERP

Manage access and assign access and modification permissions for the data in your management system to protect your business.
 

Abbantia Datafence


Companies regularly handle sensitive and valuable information, which can be one of their most important assets. However, data related to clients, suppliers, rates, margins, production formulas, just to name a few, can constitute a serious threat to the company itself if not handled correctly.

And the theft of sensitive information within the organisation itself can have catastrophic consequences.

First of all, you run the risk of the publication of third-party data and the possible violation of the Spanish Data Protection Act (LOPD), which not only can incur significant fines, but can also negatively affect your company’s reputation.

What’s more, the financial impact resulting from information leaked to the market, and especially to the competition, can lead to the immediate loss of your company’s accumulated know-how.

What is ABBANTIA DATAFENCE?

ABBANTIA DATAFENCE is a multiple module of Abbantia Studio, that allows you to manage access to information contained in Abbantia ERP.

ABBANTIA DATAFENCE allows you to choose from several control systems for access to Abbantia ERP, based on traditional passwords, biometric systems, etc., in addition to controlling expiration, renewal and validation rules, as well as credential strength.

ABBANTIA DATAFENCE lets you create groups and user roles to facilitate administration tasks. This means you can configure specific security rules for groups, which are linked to Abbantia ERP users.

ABBANTIA DATAFENCE lets you easily define the security rules you need so that Abbantia ERP users access only the information they really need to carry out their tasks. You can create filters:

  • At the access level, limiting the system options that every group or user has access to, and establishing his or her information editing level:
  • Allowing or prohibiting the addition of new data
  • Allowing or prohibiting the modification of existing data
  • Allowing or prohibiting the deletion of data
  • At the information level, limiting access to specific segments. For example, you can prevent a sales team from accessing the sales data of other teams.
  • At the data level, limiting access to specific data throughout the application. For example, you can allow only certain types of users to access the purchase prices of company products.
  • At the process level, limiting the processes that each user or access group can use.