CaseMax has implemented a layered security approach where the critical access points are appropriately secured. Your firm’s unique technological footprint and security requirements can be accommodated by CaseMax.
Active Directory / Windows Authentication
Because CaseMax runs on a corporate Windows Server, Microsoft Active Directory is the authentication service used to identify users. Active Directory is the directory service developed by Microsoft for Windows domain networks. It is included in the Server operating systems, as a set of processes and services.
The AD domain controller authenticates and authorizes all users and workstations in your network—assigning and enforcing security policies. When a user logs into CaseMax, Active Directory checks the submitted password and determines whether the user is valid.
Role-based Case File Access
CaseMax has integrated a robust user model that administrators can use to restrict or allow access based on user or role. This role model allows firms to set rules as to who has access to sensitive data.