Security Compliance Dashboard
BYOD device security compliance platform
Security compliance tool was built as a tool that allows both users & managers to the check the security compliance of their devices that they individually, as well as direct reports if applicable, have brought into the company ecosystem
It does this by allowing both individual users to see what they have on the network and what, if anything they need to do to be in full compliance and managers to see what their team need to do to bring their devices into compliance.
Individual View Concepts
The individual view has a list of all your registered devices and what, if any, additional security measures you must complete to bring your device into compliance
As shown in the initial whiteboard sketches, the concept we were exploring in the beginning was columnar view, however we found as we be continued to build and explore what data needed to be shown we found the columns approach to be too unwieldy so we moved away from this concept into a more traditional table view
Once we decided on moving away from a row layout and moved into a more traditional layout I moved to producing some low fidelity wireframes of the concept
These were created using omnigraffle and show a very rudimentary work and error flow to further the conversation that began from the whiteboarding and brainstorming with the product team to bring a more formalized view to the offshore development team
When approaching white boarding and brainstorming as to what the manager view should be we realized it needed to have both views into the overall compliance of the team as a whole as well as to see individuals on the team and their device by device compliance to get the larger overall picture of how the team was doing in terms of device compliance.
The initial ideas is that this view needed both a card view, where you could easily glance and get overall percentage of compliance across your team, as well as a drill down view, which allowed you to see the individual compliance within your reporting chain.
These are some initial concepts of how to approach both the individual and the drill down view within the card type structure that we ended up using, focusing on only using the card and a detailed view in combination
Upon further brainstorming, we came to the concept we used for the product, which utilizes both the card view for a quick glance at the overall compliance across your team, and a table view where you can dig deeper into individual metrics