Dashboard: Executive Summary
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Dashboard: Executive Summary

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Dashboard: Executive Summary

See exactly how your Palo Alto Networks subscriptions are protecting you.
Where Can I Use This?
What Do I Need?
  • Prisma Access (Managed by Strata Cloud Manager)
  • Prisma Access (Managed by Panorama)
  • NGFW (Managed by PAN-OS or Panorama)
  • NGFW (Managed by Strata Cloud Manager)
  • VM-Series, funded with Software NGFW Credits
  • AIOps for NGFW Free (use the AIOps for NGFW Free app)
    AIOps for NGFW Premium license (use the Strata Cloud Manager app)
  • Strata Logging Service
  • A role that has permission to view the dashboard
  • Prisma Access
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What does this dashboard show you?

The dashboard shows aggregated data per
Strata Logging Service
The Executive Summary dashboard shows you how your Palo Alto Networks security subscriptions are protecting you. This report breaks down malicious activity in your network that these subscriptions are detecting:
Advanced Threat Prevention
Advanced URL Filtering
, and
Enterprise DLP
. The dashboard shows data for each of these service with links to security services dashboards to dive deeper for further investigation.
This dashboard supports reports. These icons,
in the top right of a dashboard indicate that reports are supported for this dashboard. You can share, download, and schedule reports that cover the data this dashboard displays.

How can you use the data from dashboard?

  • Review all the malicious activity that the active Palo Alto Networks subscriptions are detecting. See if you need to refine the subscription settings or security rule settings to close any security gaps.
  • Shows you industry data to gives you perspective on the threat landscape you’re facing and how you stack up against your peer.
The dashboard provides the following data.
Executive Summary Dashboard: Your Security Subscriptions
This report gives you the numbers on the malicious activity your subscriptions are detecting and preventing:
  • high-risk applications
  • severe threats (exploits, malware, and C2)
  • malicious web activity
  • file-based threats (including never-before-seen threats)
  • data loss
Executive Summary Dashboard: Application Usage
Review the traffic logs for high-risk applications and see how you can strengthen the security posture.
Executive Summary Dashboard: Advanced Threat Prevention
Requires Advanced Threat Prevention license.
Examine the security policy rules that allow most threats. Review these rules to see where you can enable stricter threat enforcement. Learn more.
Executive Summary Dashboard: URL Filtering
Requires Advanced URL Filtering license.
Review the malicious web activity in your network, particularly the number of malicious web sites that your users are attempting to access.
Executive Summary Dashboard: WildFire
Requires Advanced WildFire license.
Peer data in this dashboard gives you a view into your industry’s threat landscape and how your security coverage compares to similar organizations. This industry data is also shown for subscriptions you’re not using; this helps you to see if there are places where you can increase coverage to close security gaps.
Here’s a close-up of the kind of data this dashboard provides—here, you can see the work WildFire is doing to protect your network and your industry. Learn more. ➡
Executive Summary Dashboard: Enterprise DLP
Requires Enterprise DLP license.
See how your Palo Alto Networks Enterprise DLP service is protecting your data by enforcing data security standards. The dashboard gives insights into the applications to which most uploads are prevented by DLP and the total number of files that are blocked by DLP in your network. You can also use this data to compare with your industry peers and benchmark your security posture standards.
Review the applications and source usernames to better understand where the DLP incidents originated and manage them.

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