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Security

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Note: This article applies to Fuji and earlier releases. For more current information, see System Security at http://docs.servicenow.com

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The latest release this documentation applies to is Fuji. For the Geneva release, see Platform security. Documentation for later releases is also on docs.servicenow.com.


Overview

Security is built into all levels of ServiceNow functionality. Implement the security features that are most appropriate for your organization, from managing failed logins and encrypted password protection, to roles and access control rules, to audit logs of user interactions.

Login Security

General Security

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Establish roles, property settings, access control settings, and more to assure ServiceNow security. <categorytree namespaces="-" mode=pages hideroot=on>Category:General Security</categorytree>

Auditing and System Logs

Encryption

Control which interactions with ServiceNow are tracked and logged, and view the logs.

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Apply encryption to fields, tables, and attachments to limit access to users with the proper credentials.

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Company and Domain Separation

Contextual Security

Manage data access by company or domain to assure that only appropriate information, processes, and options are available to users.

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Protect information by controlling read/write/create/delete authorization based on record contents and object hierarchy.

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