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Connected Application Default Access Policy and Notification

Data Import & Integration

For connected OAuth applications, an administrator must first login to the application and block it in order to restrict access to the application. I believe that an administrator should be able to set a default access level for connected applications and be notified to review the application.  The amount of notifications and the frequency should be set by the individual level.

This is important since applications that connect to an instance may need to go under a security review before being used by the general end user base.  This is highly important in many industries.

While there are tools for system administrators to monitor connected applications, these all occur after the fact, either through logging on the individual user record or in the manage application section of Salesforce.  It is important that administrators are able to be proactive in order to ensure that their data is secure and meets regulatory standards.

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