The Palo Alto Networks® Aperture™ service provides detailed information about the incidents it detects as it scans assets in your managed SaaS applications. You can use these details to guide you when you decide whether the incidents pose real threats to your sensitive data and intellectual property and to assess your app security controls and practices so that you can determine how to permanently eliminate the incidents you determine are risks.
- Automatically Remediate Incidents
- Automatic Remediation
- Supported Applications with Remediation
- Change Sharing
- Remediation Digest Email
- Remediation Activity Logs
- Monitor User Activity
- View Information for Third-Party Apps
- Remediate Third-Party Apps
- Manually Remediate Incidents
- Assign Incidents to Another Administrator
- Create a Custom Email Template
- Customize Table Columns
Automatically Remediate Incidents
Automatically Remediate Incidents After you Assess Incidents you can determine the best approach for remediating each incident. Refer to the following topics for more information ...
Manually Remediate Incidents
Manually Remediate Incidents After you Assess Incidents you can determine the best approach for remediating each identified issue. For a large number of assets, you ...
Automatic Remediation Automatic remediation is a powerful tool you can use to address security incidents that the Aperture service discovers. When you Add a New ...
Assess New Incidents
The Aperture service compiles a summary all incidents to be assessed and addressed by further investigation or closure. ...
View Active Incidents
View Active Incidents The Active Incidents widget on the Dashboard summarizes the number of active incidents detected against each policy rule with the exception of ...
Aperture Policy Aperture policy gives you the controls to manage assets, user activity, third-party apps and security controls across the different cloud SaaS and IaaS ...
New Features Introduced in June 2018
New Features Introduced in June 2018 The following table provides a snapshot of new features introduced for Aperture™ in June 2018. Refer to the Aperture ...
New Features Introduced in November 2017
New Features Introduced in November 2017 The following table provides a snapshot of new features introduced for Aperture™ in November 2017. Refer to the Aperture ...
Add a New Asset Policy Rule
Add a New Asset Policy Rule To add a new policy rule for scanning assets stored on your SaaS applications: Select Policy Asset Rules Add ...