We will be enabling uploading images to improve e.g. task process descriptions or sections on reports.
We now made improvements e.g. on All tasks -table, so that the sortings, filters and the page you were on will be remembered still, when you come back to the table from related tasks.
We will continue similar improvements in other views in the future. 👍
We will soon make some improvements to our user interface. The biggest changes focus on navigation (the left menu and its function) as well as the priorities on the Dashboard. We're also creating a clearer onboarding flow for new Cyberday users.
We are renewing the navigation with the aim of streamlining moving inside the app. The content of the left menu now always remains the same and clearly highlights the point where you are at the moment.
We are also simplifying the Dashboard so that the most important contents can be seen more clearly. The previous contents of the right bar move to the bottom of the desktop. From your own management system, we highlight three key pieces of information for each theme: the coverage of measures, the current implementation status, and the strength of evidence. The aim of working in Cyberday is to raise these values and thereby create more effective cyber security management.
We also aim to make it easier for new users to get started, e.g. with clear starting steps and a new "evaluation phase", which can be used to effectively assess the current coverage of a certain policy at the beginning of the work.
The update will be published next week. We will also inform about changes directly within the app. 👍
Internal auditing is an effective way to monitor the functionality of your own information security work. For example, an ISO 27001 certified organization must also be able to demonstrate that auditing is done regularly and that the coverage of the entire framework is audited with a three-year rhythm.
We made improvements to the related Audits-table to support this. You can now filter to display the audits performed from the perspective of a specific requirement framework. In addition, you can easily see in one view whether the latest audits have covered the entire framework.
The all events view is an important place where you can get an overview of your account events in one place.
We clarified the event feed and improved the view's search options.
Soon you will be able to make the decision on certain tasks, that they are separately implemented e.g. in different main units. Units can be "divisions", "departments", "country branches" or anything that suits your organization's structure.
In this way, you won't need to create separate tasks, but you can connect multiple unit owners to the task in addition to the main task owner. Unit owners are responsible for filling out the descripton and deploying the measure in their unit.
We restructured there pages a bit to make then clearer and highlight most important information. 👍
When you start creating a new report, you can now use a new type: Security statement.
Security statements are designed to be overviews of your tasks on a wanted detail level and scope. When creating a statement, you can choose which themes, policies or individual tasks you'd like to include on the report.
Statements are designed to enable you to create a good-looking "export" of wanted task content easily. They can be used for external communication (e.g. creating a broad security statement for customers) or internal reporting (e.g. creating a detailed topic-specific statement for internal communication).
We modified the presentation of reports when a user goes to the print-view via the Print button. Using this same route, you can always save the report in PDF format as well.
The print view now uses spacing and font sizes in a slightly more optimized way. Similarly, we always try to make a page change after the key sections, so that the new content clearly only starts on the next page.
We are happy to receive any feedback from you and further improve the printing mode in the future. 👍
Many Cyberday experts work on multiple organization accounts to help them progress in the information security work.
We create a new overview page to see all of your accounts. The page separates the trials, active accounts and closed accounts clearly. We also display the account according to their activity and items needing attention, i.e. overdues or pending reviews.
This page is especially important for our partners and we're very happy to hear any feedback and wishes. 👍
When you're viewing the task list / policy view, you can now clearly see the Task owner on the right column, before moving into the task details view.
Now it is possible to publish embed reports (e.g. privacy notices) separately in several languages. You can select the wanted language, when you're creating the report.
After you have created the report, you can see a translation section on the left menu to translate the terms in the report that are not automatically translated.
In all documentation tables, you can now use three important date fields and the desired year to filter items.
The related date fields are:
This will e.g. help you filter our "incidents happening in 2022" or "improvements progressed during 2023".
Now you can switch to view a previous version of the selected report by clicking on the selected version from the version log. In the future, we will bring in monthly status reports into Cyberday, where this is a particularly important feature.
At the same time, other clarifications were made to the left menu section of reports.
Non-conformities are important items in your ISMS which are especially managed in relation to internal audits. Non-conformities can be major, minor or morely "improvement potential".
All related places now display this vital type information better, so you can focus your attention on the most severe non-conformities.