View Asset Details

Learn about how the Aperture service displays detailed information about an asset violating a policy rule.
As the Aperture service scans your managed cloud apps and discovers content, you can view the details on ExploreAssets. This page provides context into the findings so you can Assess Incidents across these applications. The details for each incident vary depending on the associated cloud app, whether the asset is a file or a container (for example, a folder or a repository), the policy rule violated, and how the asset is shared.
Asset Detail Description
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Asset Summary
Summarizes asset file name, file type, exposure on cloud app, owner, and last updated timestamp.
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Actions
Lists available actions for an asset, such as Apply Classification or Quarantine, depending on the cloud app and admin role permissions.
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Basic Info
Displays metadata about the asset including cloud app, data attachment, exposure, owner, creation date, file type, and size.
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Incidents
Displays which policy rule or rules that an asset violates, the date the Aperture service identified the incident, the status of the incident, and whether there have been previous incidents associated with the asset.
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Matching Data Patterns
Displays the data pattern that the asset matched, number of occurrences, and date found. Admins with a Super Admin or Admin role may Request Snippets to view any available details about the asset matching the data pattern.
For assets that match the WildFire Analysis rule, you can Use the WildFire Report to Track Down Threats.
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How is this File exposed?
Details how the asset is exposed (Published to the web, accessible by a public URL, if sign-in is required, or the asset is exposed by a parent folder). You can View Details to access the asset URL, if available.
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Who is accessing this File?
Lists the timestamp, type of access (for example, whether the user downloaded the file), user name, IP address, and location of the user. You can View the event details to investigate whether there is malicious or inappropriate access to the file.
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Lists Internal and External collaborators for the asset. This section appears only if the asset has an External exposure level. Additionally, if the collaboration settings are defined at the asset level, you can change the trust settings and remove collaborators. If the asset inherits a collaborator from a parent folder, you must change these settings from the parent folder.
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Explore
Displays the asset in context of the hierarchy (one level above and one level below) to help you investigate the scope and source of the risky behavior and identify indirect or inherited exposures.
In this view, a red exclamation point icon file-with-risk-icon.png denotes any asset with associated risks. Select an object in the hierarchy (either a folder, repository, or individual file) to display information about that object, including the creation date, file type, exposure, owner, and policy violation (if applicable).
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Displays the exposure level of the asset (Internal, External, Company, or Public).

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