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Configure a Dashboard

Create a dashboard that allows you to see your organization's data and how you want to see it.

Create a dashboard

Set up customized dashboards to view your organization's Internet and email usage, and IPS alert data.

1. Add a dashboard to Content Security Reporter.

  1. On the menu bar, click Dashboards.
  2. In Dashboard Actions, click New, and type a name for the dashboard that allows you to easily identify it.
  3. In Dashboard Visibility, select who can view this dashboard.

2. Enable additional filtering capabilities.

  1. In Analytics, select Enabled.
  2. From the drop-down list, select a filter.
  3. Click OK.

Add monitors to dashboards

Add monitors to a dashboard for a customizable view of your data.

Before you begin

You must have write permissions for the dashboard you are modifying.

Every monitor type supports different configuration options. For example, a query monitor provides the option to modify the query, database, and refresh interval.

  1. Select Menu > Reporting > Dashboards and select a dashboard.
  2. Click Add Monitor.
  3. The Monitor Gallery appears at the top of the screen.
  4. From the View drop-down list, select a query.
    The available monitors in that category appear in the gallery.
  5. Drag the monitor onto the dashboard. As you move the cursor around the dashboard, the nearest available drop location is highlighted. Drop the monitor into the location you want.
    The New Monitor dialog appears.
  6. Configure the monitor as needed (each monitor has its own set of configuration options), then click OK.
  7. After you have added monitors to this dashboard, click Save Changes to save the newly configured dashboard.
  8. When you have completed your changes, click Close.

Filter dashboard data

Use filters to further customize the data in dashboard tables and charts.

Before you begin

Filter options are only available when analytics is enabled on a dashboard.

  1. Select Menu > Reporting > Dashboards.
  2. Add a filter to the dashboard.

Filter dashboard data

To... Follow these steps...
Add your own filter
  1. Click Add Filter.
  2. Select the Filter Type and enter the Filter Value.
  3. Click OK.

NOTES: In the Filter Value field, you can enter the filter pattern using these wildcard values:

  • Asterisks (*) — Used to match one or more characters. For example, *a* matches all filter type results containinga.
  • Question marks (?) — Used to match one character. For example, ?jones matches all filter type results beginning with any one character and ending withjones. You can use multiple question marks for the Filter Value.
From a monitor, filter the data
  1. Click the arrow next to the data item you want to remove from the dashboard.
  2. From the drop-down list, select Add Filter.
View specific data by minutes, hours, or days
  1. In the Show last field, enter a number value.
  2. From the drop-down list, select a frequency.
  3. Click Go.

The applied filter appears in the Add Filter area of the dashboard.

Pivot options

Use monitors to drill down and view specific data information, then use the pivot options to create, or view a different dashboard.

Before you begin

Pivot options are only available when analytics is enabled on a dashboard.

  1. Select Menu > Reporting > Dashboards.
  2. To create or view a different dashboard, choose from one of these options.

Pivot options

To... Follow these steps...
Pivot from the dashboard
  1. Click the arrow next to the data item.
  2. From the drop-down list, select Pivot to.
Pivot from the Details page
  1. Click a data point.
    Example: On a bar chart, select a bar of data.
  2. On the data table, select the row of data you want to view.
  3. On the Details page, select a highlighted data item, then select Pivot to from the drop-down list.

Add data to Common Catalog lists

Use Common Catalog as a central data repository for IP addresses, sites, and user names.

Before you begin

To create a catalog list, select Menu > Common Catalog.

NOTE: Common Catalog does not support IPv6 addresses.

  1. Select Menu > Reporting > Dashboards.
  2. To add data to Common Catalog lists, choose from one of these options.

Common Catalog options

To... Follow these steps...
Add data to Common Catalog from the dashboard
  1. Click the arrow next to the data item.
  2. From the drop-down list, choose one of these options:
    • Add to List — Deposits the data item into a Common Catalog list.
    • Remove from List — Removes the data item from a Common Catalog list.

NOTE: To select multiple lists, press Ctrl or Shift, then select the appropriate lists.

Add data to Common Catalog from the Details page
  1. Click a data point.
    Example: On a bar chart, select a bar of data.
  2. On the data table, select the row of data you want to view.
  3. On the Details page, select a highlighted data item, then select one of these options from the drop-down list:
    • Add to List — Deposits the data item into a Common Catalog list.
    • Remove from List — Removes the data item from a Common Catalog list.

NOTE: To select multiple lists, press Ctrl or Shift, then select the appropriate lists.

View Global Threat Intelligence information

View Skyhigh Security® Global Threat Intelligence™ information to assess threats from malware, URLs, and IP addresses.

  1. Select Menu > Reporting > Dashboards.
  2. To view Global Threat Intelligence data, choose from one of these options. Global Threat Intelligence view options.

Global Threat Intelligence view options

To... Follow these steps...
View Global Threat Intelligence data from the dashboard Click the arrow next to the data item, then select View GTI info from the drop-down list.
View Global Threat Intelligence data from the Details page
  1. Click a data point.
    Example: On a bar chart, select a bar of data.
  2. On the data table, select the row of data you want to view.
  3. On the Details page, select a highlighted data item, then select View GTI info from the drop-down list.

View a site

From your dashboard data, drill down to access data URLs and view the associated websites.

Before you begin

View site options are only available when analytics is enabled on the dashboard.

  1. Select Menu > Reporting > Dashboards.
  2. To view a site, choose from one of these options.

Site view options

To... Follow these steps...
View a site from the dashboard Click the arrow next to the data item, then select View site from the drop-down list.
View a site from the Details page
  1. Click a data point.
    Example: On a bar chart, select a bar of data.
  2. On the data table, select the row of data you want to view.
  3. On the Details page, select the highlighted URL, then select View site from the drop-down list.

 

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