Best Practices for Cognitive Automation Security
Cognitive Automation is a sophisticated technology that streamlines and standardizes many process-oriented tasks. It has gained traction throughout the world and is now seen as a core component of digital transformation initiatives. When applied to the right process, these robots can significantly improve productivity, quality, accuracy of data and compliance, while empowering human workers to focus on more strategic and satisfying work. The level of Cognitive Automation security in the Gleematic robot is the highest, so we need not be afraid of security system leaks in the information process that we run inside Gleematic.
Gleematic software encrypts everything inside, and the runtime environment is separate from the editing environment, as we write the script on the Designer robot and transfer it to the runtime robot after the test is complete.
To perform automated functional tasks, this new digital workforce requires privileged access and credentials to connect to target systems and other applications, such as financial systems, ERP, CRM, supply chains and logistics systems – and even email. When these special credentials are left unsecured, they can become vulnerable to targeted cyber attacks and credentials.
Every authorized or registered User needs to log in with a password to design, create or run the process. This makes your data security more secure and you must register to use Gleematic.
When the audit trail has been completed and is filled with every process that has been run, it is stored in a log file with a timestamp. Data security is guaranteed and you can be more comfortable in designing tasks for Gleematic.
As the spread of Cognitive Automation and the number of software robots continues to grow, organizations are looking for automation with enforceable security practices that can help protect Cognitive Automation investments while also recognizing faster times to judge.
Written by: Benny Tan