Monitor Scan Results on the Dashboard
Review the scan results reported by the Aperture service on a single dashboard.
As the Aperture service starts scanning the sanctioned SaaS applications, the Dashboard presents a summary of the scan in six areas.
|The Aperture Service Dashboard|
Assets displays the top violations by exposure, (public, external, company, and internal) and the file types associated with the exposure.
Content Types displays the six predefined data pattern groups and the total amount of content in the cloud. Click > to drill down into the details by content category.
Incidents display the number of the active incidents detected against data pattern and policy rule violations for each content type.
Users displays a list of users who own assets, if the assets are public, and displays the number of incidents associated with an asset. You can filter the data to view the owner with the most assets, most public files, and most incidents.
Policy Violations display the type of policy violations and the number of new policies detected within the past week.
Collaborators displays the external collaborators with whom your internal users are sharing assets.
Use the Dashboard to explore the information on how and where assets are shared in your sanctioned SaaS applications, before you delve in to Assess Incidents or Fine-Tune Policy to rescan the assets and mitigate incidents. For example, you can use the Domains and Collaborators widgets on the Dashboard to see whether a collaborator or domain is properly identified as trusted or untrusted and make changes to the scan settings before the discovery phase is complete.
Use Faceted Search to Filter Assets
Learn how to use faceted search on Aperture to investigate and view details about incidents discovered when scanning your SaaS applications. ...
Assess New Incidents
The Aperture service compiles a summary all incidents to be assessed and addressed by further investigation or closure. ...
Configure Aperture Global Scan Settings
Define internal domains, add trusted users and domains, configure acceptable levels of asset exposure, and set the time zone and language for Aperture. ...
Close one incident at a time or use Bulk Incident to close multiple incidents at once on Aperture. ...
Secure Cloud Apps
Use the Aperture service to have visibility into and control over how your users are accessing and sharing data across SaaS applications. ...
Begin Scanning a Box App
Begin Scanning a Box App If you plan to Begin Selective Scanning Using Azure Active Directory Groups Add your Azure Active Directory to Aperture to ...
What is an Incident?
The Aperture service identifies and sets the state and category for each incident discovered during the scanning of your assets. ...
Specify internal and external collaborators, and trusted and untrusted users to configure the incident settings on Aperture. ...
View Asset Details
Learn about how the Aperture service displays detailed information about an asset violating a policy rule. ...