Jumpcloud

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Set up Jumpcloud for automated tests with TrustCloud!

Purpose

Once you set up your compliance program, TrustCloud TrustOps works to ensure that your systems remain compliant with your adopted controls. To do so, TrustCloud runs automated tests against systems in your product and business stack and verifies that they are properly configured. TrustCloud also retrieves lists of resources against systems in your product and business stack to use for compliance evidence.

TrustCloud will retrieve this information via the Jumpcloud REST API and will need an API key created by an Administrator user in order to authenticate and fetch this data.

Instructions to grant TrustCloud read-only access to your Jumpcloud organization

  1. Log in to the Jumpcloud admin console as a user with the Super Administrator (Administrator with Billing) role.
  2. In the left sidebar, click Settings, then click on the Administrators tab.
  3. Create an administrator user with a Read Only role by clicking the + button on the Settings/Administrators page tab:settings jumpcloud
  4. On the Create New Administrator form, fill in the details for this user:
    1. First Name: (optional)
    2. Last Name: (optional)
    3. Administrator Email Address: (required) used to log in as a read only user and get the associated API key
    4. Role: (required), select Read Only option from the drop-down
  5. Click on the “Save” button.

    save button

  6. You will receive an email to the new administrator’s email address. Click on the “Set Up Account” button in the email body.
  7. You will be directed to the Administrator Password Reset page.
    1. Fill in the Password and Confirm Password fields.
    2. Accept terms of use by clicking the “I agree to the Terms of Use” checkbox.
    3. Click on the “Reset Password” button.password reset
  8. Log in with the new administrator user email address and password from the previous step.
  9. Obtain the API Key for the newly created read-only administrator user. Click the user avatar displayed at the top-right and click on ‘API Settings’ from the drop-down menu. This will bring up a dialog box displaying the API key.api settings
  10. Save the API key to be used when connecting TrustCloud to your Jumpcloud organization service instance.
    api key

 

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