The hub dashboard gives you a high-level
view of your network activity over the past 30 days. If you’re using
the Prisma suite of products—Prisma Access, Prisma Cloud, and Prisma
SaaS—the hub dashboard is especially useful; it shows your users,
applications, and cloud resources at a glance.
The data you see depends on the apps and services you use. Most
widgets include a link that takes you directly to Explore or the associated app (such
as Prisma SaaS) where you can get more context and interact with
the data. The Summary and Industry Comparison widgets combine data
from a few different apps, so that you can quickly get a sense of
the state of your network security, and how your security posture
compares to your industry peers.
relies on this app or service:
and shows these findings:
Overall network takeaways from different
) The percentage of SaaS apps
that are not sanctioned.
) The percentage of users using one
or more unsanctioned apps.
) The number of threats discovered
on your network. This includes malicious URLs, malicious domains,
and files that WildFire has identified as malware.
) The number of files exposed to people outside
your organization (prisma saas)
) The number of files that are external
or public and might contain sensitive data.
Your SaaS security posture, as compared
to other companies in your industry:
The number of SaaS apps in use.
) Publicly shared files.
) Externally shared files.
The total number of apps in use on your
network, including your sanctioned SaaS apps, your unsanctioned
apps, and your non-SaaS apps.
An overview of the threats in your network
shows the total numbers of malicious files, URLs, and domains your users
Apps Using Non-Standard Ports
The riskiest applications (most likely to
be used as part of a cyberattack) that are running on non-standard
Applications running on unusual ports can indicate
that an attacker is attempting to circumvent traditional port-based
Summary (cloud section)
The number of GCP, AWS, and Azure accounts,
as well as the number of workloads (Resources) you’re monitoring, by
Prisma Cloud alerts from the last 30 days,
based on severity.
Prisma Cloud continually monitors your
cloud environments to detect misconfigurations, advanced network threats,
stolen access keys or account compromise, and vulnerable hosts.
Alert severities are based on the policy violation that occurred,
the impact to business, and the anomalous behavior that took place.
Your compliance posture at a glance.
the compliance standards listed (for example, HIPPA), you can see
the number of resources that either adhere to or do not pass compliance.
Ideally, the number of resources passing compliance will increase
over time, and the number of failed resources will decrease.