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Daily Scanning Report

This report provides the detailed summary of scanned data for a specific time range, i.e., date-wise. By default, the report displays the data for the current date.

You can apply filter by clicking the icon on the top left corner of the report. On clicking, it displays two dimensions based on which the data in the report can be filtered.

  • Date – To view the data for specific time range, enter the year and month in From_YYYYMMDD and To_YYYYMMDD textbox.
    You need to enter the data in the format <Year><Month>. For instance, if you want to view the data from January 01, 2000 till February 25, 2020, then it can be written as 20000101 in From_YYYYMM field and 20200225 in To_YYYYMM field.

  • Source Name – This filter lets you opt for (All) source names or specific source names, as per requirement.

  1. Top section displays the size of scanned data along with the count of files for all Source Names. This section display data in the form of bar chart.


    E.g., with reference to the above screenshot, the total 48.01 GB of data, i.e., 588 files, was scanned in HDP_Visa source name.

    Hovering on any bar, displays the data label that provide details for the scanned data. The detail includes the name of the source system, scanned size in bytes and the scanned size of the data in form of tables.


    To sort the data in ascending or descending order in Source Name column, click Sort icon available with the Source Name column. If you want to sort the data in ascending order i.e. A-Z, then the symbol on the icon will be displayed as A-Z with downward arrow. If you want to sort the data in descending order i.e., Z-A, then the symbol on the icon changes to Z-A with downward arrow.


    Similarly, to sort the bar charts based on the scanned size, click Sort icon.

  2. The bottom section displays the data in tabular form. This section gives more detailed information for the scanned data by providing the total size and count of files scanned in which data was exposed, protected, safe and protected, on daily basis.


    This section of the report segregates the scanned data date-wise. The Source Name column can have more than one source name (cluster). The data size in Scanned (Files) column is the total of data scanned and the total number of files scanned is given in brackets.

    The data in the Scanned (Files) column is the total of Exposed (Files), Protected (Files), Safe (Files), and Skipped (Files).


    Scanned (F) = Exposed (F) + Protected (F) + Safe (F) + Skipped (F)


    Where F stands for the Files in the report.


    E.g., With reference to below screenshot, in the second row of the table for date 22-Jan-2020, the total of 23.06 MB (i.e., 18 files scanned) of data was scanned in HDP_Visa cluster. In which, 155.55KB of data is exposed, 22.90 MB of data is safe i.e., its non-sensitive in nature and 3.95 KB of data is skipped.


    To sort the data within the table in ascending or descending order, click the Sort icon available with the column header names.


    To view data just at the date level, click the Minus icon next to the Scan Month column. This roll-up the data at date level and hide the details of the Source Name column.


    If you want to view data at all base files for the selected Scan Date, then select the Source Name specified in the Source Name column. Move your cursor to the data label having the hyperlink and click it.


    On clicking, it will re-direct you to the report which will provide information at the directory level for the selected date. You can also, roll-up the data at Measure Name dimension by clicking Plus icon next to the Directory column.

    To sort the data in the report, click icon available with the Directory column.


    E.g., in the above screenshot, on 22-Jan-2020, 119.51KB of data was scanned in /user/svchdc277p/FilesforTest/Anuj directory and it was found out that the data was exposed during the scanning process. Similarly, 3.95 KB of data was skipped during the scanning process.

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