Cloud Conformity Real-Time Threat Monitoring and Analysis (RTMA) engine has detected configuration changes made at the rule administrative level, in your Cloud Conformity account.
In the past Cloud Conformity users had the ability to configure notifications for rule failures but there was no way for users to be notified for any rule administrative actions such as enabling/disabling rules or configuring rule exceptions - until now. In order to follow security best practices and attain regulatory compliance within your organization, you have to be aware 24/7 of all configuration changes made at the administrative level of your conformity rules. The activity detected by this Cloud Conformity RTMA rule can be any account user request initiated through Cloud Conformity console that triggers any of the administrative actions (events) listed below:
The visibility into your Cloud Conformity account activity is a key aspect of security, compliance and operational best practices, therefore this rule was designed to give you high-priority alert notifications whenever administrative configuration changes are performed inside your Cloud Conformity account.
Using Cloud Conformity Real-Time Threat Monitoring and Analysis (RTMA) to detect configuration changes made at the rule administrative level, will help you prevent any accidental or intentional modifications that may lead to administrative compliance failure or even to security breaches. In order to maintain your account secure and compliant, Cloud Conformity strongly recommends that you avoid as much as possible to provide your non-privileged users the permission to change rule administrative configuration settings within your Cloud Conformity account.