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Investigation of incidents very often requires extensive email communication with incident contacts (reporting individuals, system owners, managers, witnesses etc.). Resilient should have an in-built email integration (similar to most helpdesk or ...
I would like to have, if possible, the chance to create notes in attachments the same way I can create a note in a Task or Artifact.
This way, if I am doing an analysis of a file I can be adding the information in a note and if in a future I need ...
Resilient's Wiki currently is only searchable within itself by the title of the article. I propose adding a keyword search to enhance functionality and ease of use, as without this, the Wiki's usage is limited.
Full HTML in notes, notification, email, task instructions, wiki including image visibility
Notes and notification are currently text information only, sometime enhanced text, but just text.
In many case, analysts are underlying their finding with an graph, screen, image captured to enhance the visualization of the communication.
Assign tasks to a group or person who isn't a member of an incident
In order to keep sensitive data secure, it is helpful to only allow a small number of people access to certain incidents. But there are times when another person or group needs to collaborate - for example, to re-image an endpoint or do some inves...
Currently the Conditions available for Layouts are limited to "AND". No OR, or Advanced like conditions in Rules and Workflows.
This is limiting as a you can only set a single effective/combined condition. You can not set multiple different condit...
Limit the access to some wiki pages by workspace & groups
Currently all pages of the wiki are visible to all users. if you allow a wiki page to be visible / managed only by Workspace, you could than create pages more dedicated to some use case and customization needed by this Workspace owner.
Include the ability to notify Groups via Notifications, not just specific Users
Currently you can only add Users in the "Notify Resilient users" section of Notifications, to allow you to specifically notify a user(s) when the condition for a particular Notification is triggered.
Often times a Group may not a Member or Owner o...