Click the Settings icon () to get to the Settings menu. The menu includes support information, integrations configuration, user settings, notifications, service status, vulnerability updates, PCI scanning, PCI scan disputes, and the link to sign out of the Alert Logic console. The following are the pages in the Settings menu:
- Support Information
- Service Status
- Vulnerability Library
- PCI Scanning
- PCI Scan Disputes
- Sign Out
The Support information page provides account details and information you need when you contact Technical Support. Click the Details subtopic for the following:
- Your customer ID
- Your unique user ID
- The email address associated with your account
- Links for training, knowledge base articles, and documentation
Alert Logic integrations allow you to extend Alert Logic into AWS Inspector, AWS Config Rules, configure Custom Checks as inputs to Alert Logic, and even integrate with the Atlassian Jira ticketing system.
The Users page allows you to create and manage user accounts for members of your team. The Users page lists the users you created and allows you to create, edit, and remove users, as well as assign them roles with administrator, power user, or read-only privileges. Scroll through the directory of users, or click a letter on the left index to skip to that spot in the directory. For more information, see Customer Accounts, User Accounts, and User Roles.
The Notifications page allows you to configure and manage email notifications when incidents escalate, or if incidents of specified threat levels occur for your account and accounts you manage. For more information, see Notifications page.
The Service Status page allows you to view information about statuses of all systems, services, and products from your subscription. You can view the status of a service or product, check for updates of incidents in progress, and subscribe to receive notifications when the status of a product changes.
The Vulnerability Library page lists all of the scan content that Alert Logic scanners can check. You can easily search for and view information on a specified vulnerability, and see whether it impacts assets in your environment. For more information, see Vulnerability Library.
The PCI Scanning page allows you to schedule external scans that are required for PCI compliance. You can view the current status of your last scan and the latest 25 PCI scan reports, schedule a new scan, view PCI disputes, and view results of all your scans. For more information, see Manage PCI scans.
PCI Scan Disputes lists the scan disputes you submitted, along with their details and statuses. For more information, see Dispute failing vulnerabilities.
Click here to log out of the Alert Logic console.