CityVerse was designed with security in mind. Utilizing the latest in web security
and AES Encryption standards CityVerse is secure out of the box. Windows user security
can also be added to use exising Windows user accounts. In addition to the application
and system security; CityVerse is recommended but not required to run over SSL (Secure
Socket Layer), providing up to 3 levels of security and encryption.
You can also allow or disallow users to access the system from home or on the road
by specifying an IP address that they are approved to connect from. This limits
potential breeches by only allowing access per IP address.
This screen shows some of the basic details with a user account.
Here we see how to set the users permission levels.
This screen is the login log which shows all attempts to login whether they fail
or succeed and what IP address it came from. You can click on an IP address to resolve
who is attempting logins. In the example below, we can see these are internal login
attempts since the IP address of 10.0.0.120 is an internal only range.