You can hide statistic, which are not relevant. These you can show again at any time over your Personal Dashboard Settings in the Settings. For more information, see Personal dashboard settings.
To hide statistics
Select the home page using .
Roles and organizations are displayed on the home page.
Click the role or organization you want to see in more detail.
Click the selected role's view.
Disable one or more statistics in the list that you do not want to see anymore.
Close the dialog.
This hides the selected statistics.
You can only view source data for certain roles and organizations. You can view a heatmap or statistics, with graphical representation, through certain roles or organizations.
To view source data from a role or organization
Select the home page.
Roles and organizations are displayed on the home page. These roles or organizations are divided into their associated subgroups.
Click the role or organization you want to view in more detail, for example, departments without managers.
This displays a view with the corresponding data.
You can filter the information displayed on your dashboard to suit you own requirements.
To customize the information displayed on a statistics view
- Apply a filter to the statistic view.
This opens a dialog for the selected filter. For more information, see Filtering.
NOTE: The filter function is not available for all statistics.
The heatmap in the Web Portal presents roles and organizations as colored squares. They are intended to help you quickly visualize particularly prominent values within a large amount of data and to comprehend them at a glance. The size of the rectangles corresponds to the relative size of the role or organization. The more identities you have in a company's structure, for example, the larger the rectangle in the view.
NOTE: An overview of the company structures you manage is displayed on the home page.
The rectangle colors correspond to a selectable, linked-in data value, and range from red to green, where red stands for a value tending to require more attention. Red indicates, for example, a lot of compliance rule violations or identities with high risk indexes. Yellow indicates for an average, which can also mean that there has been no changes to this company structure since the last analysis. The heatmap not only provides a clear overview of the current data, but also provides another useful function by making a historical comparison to previous data.
You can see the following risky results or properties in a heatmap.
- Policy violations
- Average number of permissions per identity
- Highest identity risk index
- Average identity risk index
- Rule violations
- Highest resource risk index by host
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