When you first startup your Coronet SecureCloud account, it is set to run in Visibility Mode. This means that threat information is collected, but no threat mitigation actions are taken. This will help you evaluate the cloud security gaps in your organization and get familiar with the Coronet SecureCloud capabilities without impacting your users’ daily work.
In Visibility Mode, Coronet SecureCloud reports device, network and service vulnerabilities and risks to your SecureCloud console based on a pre-defined set of Visibility Security Rules (see Default security rules).
While in Visibility Mode, your end users will get no indication of any risk.
After a while, when you are ready to start mitigating your risks, you can switch your Coronet SecureCloud to Protection Mode.
In Protection Mode, you can notify your users about potential risks and apply actions to mitigate the risks.
When you first switch from Visibility Mode to Protection Mode, you are set with a pre-defined set of Protection Security Rules (see Default security rules). These rules have been chosen to serve the most common use cases. You can always modify the rules and adapt them to your specific corporate needs (see Setting up customized security rules).
Please note that to get maximum effectiveness of the Visibility mode, you should deploy Coronet clients within your organization (see Deploying Coronet clients) and connect the Coronet SecureCloud to your corporate cloud services (see Connecting to cloud services).