Build your Security Superpowers: Security Best Practices for Salesforce Admins

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  • Build Your Security Superpowers:Security Best Practices for AdminsDevanshu PatelSr. Security Engagement Manager

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  • What is Trust Engagement?

  • Why are we here?

  • When it comes to you and Salesforce

  • Security SuperpowersPassword SecurityTwo Factor AuthenticationPhishing PreventionLogin IP Ranges

  • Password Sharing = Security RiskLoss of access controlCompromise will be blamed on the account ownerEffective insider threat technique

    You Own Your PasswordOwnership has rights and responsibilities

  • OPPWADOther Peoples Passwords Are Dangerous!Never share your Salesforce account password with anyone

    Do not accept Salesforce credentials from anyone

    If someone gives you their Salesforce credentials, report it to security@salesforce.com

  • Password SecurityPassword security is the first line of defense.Use strong passwords Preferably minimum 12 characters and three character types (upper, lower, numeric, symbols)Regularly change passwordsNever reuse passwords on other accountsNever share passwords (OPPWAD)Deactivate passwords when people leave

  • Weak Passwords Can Be HackedWeak passwords (under 8 characters or real words) are easy preyPassword cracking software can break them easily

  • Strong Passwords Can Be CompromisedSocial engineeringWeak Security Questions

  • Password Reuse Compromises Other Accounts

  • How Two Factor Authentication Works+

  • Why Two Factor Authentication Is SecureExtra layer of security beyond a passwordEven if your password is compromised, your account is secure

  • Salesforce AuthenticatorProtects account access even if your password is compromisedSignificantly reduces vulnerabilityGreat resource: www.twofactorauth.org

  • Login IP Ranges

    Available to all customersOnly access Salesforce from a designated set of IP Ranges. Two levels:Org-level Trusted IP Ranges (permissive)Profile-level Login IP Ranges (restrictive)

    Enterprise, Unlimited, Performance, Developer:Manage Users | Profiles

    Contact Mgr, Group, Professional:Security Controls | Session Settings

    For more info, search Help & Training

  • RecommendationOrg-wide Trusted IP Ranges all users in your organization

    Profile- based login IP range restrictions employees with access to lots of data or sensitive materials (Admins, Developers)

    Profile- based login IP range restrictions --> users connecting from the same locations.

  • PhishingEducate your Salesforce users!If your users get a Salesforce e-mail, have them reach out to you or your security team to double check that it is legitimateIf you are not sure about a Salesforce" e-mail, ask us, by forwarding to security@salesforce.com

  • Phishing SuperpowersHover over links to validate.Does the e-mail context make sense?Does the e-mail sender make sense?Look for typos/grammatical errors.Beware Clickbait!Using emotion to entice you to click immediatelyFear (Your account will be closed)Reward (First 100 users get a free eye exam!)

  • Phishing SpoofHover over links to validate.Does the e-mail context make sense?Does the e-mail sender make sense?Does Salesforce send receipts in this manner? Are you normally a recipient?Look for typos/grammatical errors.Beware Clickbait!

  • Real Salesforce E-MailLook for: Legitimate @salesforce.com or @exacttarget.com addressLinks go to www.salesforce.com or App Stores (hover with your mouse)Call to action not overly aggressive

  • Phishing TakeawaysHover over links and sender address to validate.Does the e-mail context make sense?Does the e-mail sender make sense?Look for typos/grammatical errors.

    Beware Clickbait!Using emotion to entice you to click immediatelyFear (Your account will be closed)Reward (First 100 users get a free eye exam!)Have users e-mail admin/securityAdmin/Security can e-mail security@salesforce.com

  • Security SuperpowersPassword SecurityTwo Factor AuthenticationPhishingLogin IP Ranges

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