MyVCM 2.7.1: Intel Security Readiness Workshop

We have added several new capabilities to the MyVCM platform. The following features are now available as part of your latest MyVCM 2.7.1 Release Notes;

  • Intel Security Readiness Workshop

Ostendio has partnered with Intel to offer a complimentary Security Readiness workshop. This hour long workshop is a high-level survey of potential breach security issues and is intended to inform participants where they stand on selected security practices.

If you would like more information about the assessment, please click here.

To locate this assessment, login to your MyVCM instance. Next click Assessments on the left-handside menu. Under the Assessments tab, you will find the Intel Assessment form.


You can also contact us by email at and we will be happy to answer any questions you have.

  • Single Sign-on Capabilities

We now offer SAML-based single sign-on with Google and OneLogin. Integration with Microsoft is coming soon.

  • API’s for User Provisions

With the launch of API’s for user provisions, you can now activate and deactivate a user, delete a user, and retrieve a user with ease. In order to take advantage of this new feature, you will need to create the API key on the platform. Please reach out for additional documentation on how to implement an API key on your instance.

As always, we continue to improve MyVCM based on your feedback. If you have any questions or comments, please email us at

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