The Search tab allows you to search for data based on the rules specified in the filters section of the page.
To access a Search page, go to Dashboard > Search.
There are total of five search criteria’s i.e., AD User, User Email, File, Action, and Pattern. You can define n number of rules. For example, when a rule is defined for Pattern then charts will display the data, based on the pattern provided in the drop-down along with the specified date range, if any.
If no rule is defined, then you can view data for all the users. This will display all the relevant charts based on the actions performed by the users. For example, if any user has performed discovery and encryption then, all charts for Discoveries and Encryptions are displayed on the UI such as Discoveries and Encryptions trend chart, Discoveries by User, Encryptions by File Name, Discoveries by Pattern, Encryptions by Location, etc.
Enter Search Criteria
You can add search criteria to display a series of charts that will be created specifically for the information entered in the Search fields.
|AD User (Active Directory)||Select AD User from the drop-down and input the email address in the provided field. For example, email@example.com|
|User Email||Select User Email from the drop-down and input the specific user's email ID in the provided field. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|File||Select File from the drop-down and input the specific file name in the provided file.|
Select Action from the drop-down and input the specific Remediation Action you would like to search for in the provided field. The available options are:
Note: To learn more about each Remediation Action, visit Remediation.
|Pattern||Select Pattern from the drop-down and input the specific pattern name in the provided field. For example, Credit Card Numbers, Email Address, Social Security Numbers, etc.|
To view data at more granular level
To view data at more granular level, you can drill down in the charts by clicking a particular pie slice or by selecting a point of measurement in the trend chart for a given period.
For example, there is a chart that displays patterns in the Discoveries by Pattern chart. This chart displays different patterns (such as All Supported Credit Cards, Social Security Numbers, Email Address, etc.) discovered over a period by different users. On clicking the ‘All Supported Credit Cards’ pie slice, a series of charts will get generated based on the ‘All Supported Credit Card’ pattern type". This will give exhaustive information in the form of other charts like Encryptions by Location, Redactions Files by Pattern, Discoveries by User, Discovery Remediation by Action, etc., all with the context of the ‘All Supported Credit Cards’ pattern type.
Changing Date Ranges
You can change the Date Range for all visible charts with the Date Range option.
Choose from All available data, Absolute dates, where you can choose a specific date range (for example, for a 30-day range starting on 1/5/2020), or Relative (where you can choose from the X Days/Months/Years). Click Search to update all charts. The dashboard updates automatically.
Export Chart Details
You can export the chart details in CSV and PNG format. Click Export CSV will export the chart details in the csv format. Click Export PNG will export the chart details in image format.