Overview

The Banyan Command Center allows you to use templates to define three types of policies:

  • Web Policies – For user access to Web and/or SaaS.
  • TCP Policies – For user access to TCP services.
  • Custom Policies – For advanced user access defined in JSON.

Please refer to Zero Trust Policies for more information on Banyan Roles and Policies.

This article outlines how to configure common policy scenarios and how to create a custom policy.

Create a Policy for any Authenticated User

To create a Policy for any authenticated user:

1. Navigate to Secure Access > Policies and then click + Create Policy.

2. Select the Web or TCP Policy template.

3. Configure the Policy Name and Description.

4. Configure the Policy Attributes according to your business needs. Be sure to set Only allow the following role(s) to ANY.

5. Click Create Policy.

Create a Policy for Specific Roles

To create a Policy for specific roles in your organization:

1. Navigate to Secure Access > Policies and then click + Create Policy.

2. Select the Web or TCP Policy template.

3. Configure the Policy Name and Description.

4. Configure the Policy Attributes according to your business needs. Be sure to set Only allow the following role(s) to the specific role(s) you are configuring.

5. Click Create Policy.

Create a Policy with TrustScore Requirements

To create a Policy with TrustScore requirements:

1. Navigate to Secure Access > Policies and then click + Create Policy.

2. Select the Web or TCP Policy template.

3. Configure the Policy Name and Description.

4. Configure the Policy Attributes and be sure to set Only allow users and devices with the following Trust Levels accordingly.

5. Click Create Policy.

Custom Policy (JSON)

By creating a Custom Policy, you can further control specific resources and accessing entities in your organization, such as API-level policies, and multiple Access blocks in a single policy definition.

To create a Custom Policy:

1. Navigate to Secure Access > Policies and then click + Create Policy.

2. Select the Custom Policy (JSON) template.

3. Configure the Policy Name, Description, and Policy Attributes.

Please refer to the Policy Spec for details on Policy Attributes.

4. Click Create Policy.



Last modified: Aug 19, 2021