We are preparing the next set of Isosec products as part of our Isosec Roadmap and would like to announce a pilot Analytics service. This first instalment will enable trusts to access all their user authentication records for all Isosec products.
Initially the analytics service information available is limited to:
Authentication Timestamp, Isosec Product, Isosec Product Version, Device Id, User Certificate Id, Platform Operating System
This applies to our MIA platform and MIA applications such as MIA Maternity as well as iO and iO Local which is embedded as part of RiO Store and Forward and Open RiO.
As part of the roadmap, we’ll then look to add a rich set of additional information, including user information, GPS location information, clinical application information and detailed device information.
This will culminate with an analytics dashboard providing key business insights and governance information on the usage of clinical applications by users on desktop, virtual or mobile devices.
What can Analytics do?
Analytics provides a complete and detailed view of how users access which applications from which device and where. This can be done directly through inspecting a specific user, device or application or even location. It can also be done indirectly by identifying patterns in this information.
This can enable:
- Uncovering of Information Governance issues directly or indirectly through unusual behaviour such as the sharing of smartcard credentials
- Identifying where applications are or not being used by certain users
A glimpse of things to come:
If you would be interested in being part of a pilot for the analytics service email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.