The documentation below describes the new version of the Alert Logic console, which was recently updated. This version will become the default in early 2020. For more information about the new navigation, see Managed Detection and Response Navigation Menu Updates.
Dashboards is a new feature that introduces interactive, visual dashboards that summarize data, product capabilities, and the state of your environment. These dashboards are being released together with an easy way to navigate through the Alert Logic console.
Dashboards allows you to easily view pertinent information in visuals that feed from live data in your environment. Most visuals allow you to click items to view the source of the data in the visual. This allows you to drill down further into issues immediately on the corresponding page in the Alert Logic console, and streamline your response actions.
Navigate to other pages from Dashboards
The new navigation menu makes it easy to navigate through the Alert Logic console from the Dashboards page.
To start navigating to other pages:
- Click the menu icon () to see the navigation menu.
- Click on a navigation group (for example, Respond) to expand the options under that group.
- Click on a navigation item (for example, Incidents) that you want to explore further.
Although all of the functionality of the current Alert Logic console is available, there are some differences in the Dashboard navigation menu and the current Alert Logic console. For more detailed information, see Managed Detection and Response Navigation Menu Updates.
Opt in or out of Dashboards
You can opt in or opt out of Dashboards at any time. When you log into the Alert Logic console, you will be invited to try Dashboards. When you see the message, click TRY NEW DASHBOARDS. If you want to leave Dashboards beta, click the menu icon () to see the side navigation, and then click Exit Dashboards.
Alert Logic curated different dashboards, which are composed of visuals to present how you interact with data and capabilities in your environment, and quickly track existing issues. The default dashboard view is Threat Summary. You can use the drop-down menu on the top left to view the other available dashboards. The following are some available dashboards:
- Threat Summary
- Vulnerability Summary
- Coverage and Health
- Endpoint Protection
Threat Summary dashboard
The Threat Summary dashboard provides visibility into threats and incidents in your environment, including open incidents, incident threat levels and trend, classes of, countries where incidents originate, most attacked deployments and hosts, top attackers, and a peer incident classification comparison chart. Use this dashboard to gain insights into the types of incidents that were detected in your environment, analyze the effectiveness of your current incident response efforts, and learn about emerging threats. To learn more about this dashboard, see Threat Summary Dashboard.
Vulnerability Summary dashboard
The Vulnerability Summary dashboard provides visibility into vulnerable software and cloud infrastructure in your environment, including lists of most seen vulnerabilities, most vulnerable hosts, top security remediations, and vulnerability counts, vulnerabilities by deployments, and a vulnerability trend. Use this dashboard to gain insights into the effectiveness of your current vulnerability management efforts, learn about new vulnerabilities and emerging threats, help prioritize your remediation plans, and focus on specific areas in your environment. To learn more about this dashboard, see Vulnerability Summary Dashboard.
Coverage and Health dashboard
The Coverage and Health dashboard provides insight into your entitlement usage and statuses in your environment, including an unprotected node count, a summary of your entitlement, node count and percentage usage, network and collection statuses, and open configuration exposures. Use this dashboard to improve network protection, fix configuration issues, and support optimization efforts in your environment. To learn more about this dashboard, see Coverage and Health Dashboard.
Endpoint Protection dashboard
The Endpoint Protection dashboard provides a summary of your endpoint activity, including protection statuses, version updates, last check-ins, and platforms, count of malware attacks detected, list of most attacked users and endpoints, top attack types, and blocked attacks and responses to attacks. Use this dashboard to gain insights into your endpoint activity, learn about attack patterns, and analyze the effectiveness of your current threat and incident management process. To learn more about this dashboard, see Endpoint Protection Dashboard.
The Endpoint Protection dashboard feeds from data in your Extended Endpoint Protection product. You must have an endpoint agent installed to a workstation or server to get value from this dashboard. To learn more about configuring Extended Endpoint Protection, see Get Started with Alert Logic Extended Endpoint Protection.
Customize your dashboards
You can change the background color of your Dashboard. By default, your Dashboard is in Light Mode. To change the background of your Dashboard, click the color icon () on the top right, and then choose one of the following options:
- Light Mode
- Dark Mode
- Blue Mode
- Full Screen