How do I create/schedule a remediation report?

To schedule a remediation report, follow this instruction. Notice that you first need to create a template that can be selected for the schedule. The remediation report contains information about tickets related to vulnerabilities.

  1. Login to Security Center.
  2. Click Reports in the main menu.
  3. Click Schedules.
  4. Click +Add schedule > Remediation.
  5. Under the headline General information enter the following:
    • Name: the name of the report, e.g. Monthly remediation overview report.
  6. Under the headline Source you select the source for the report.
    • IPs/Ranges: the source for your report. Can be specific host or IP ranges. You can add any number of hosts.
    • Include hosts that: here you include hosts that have all or any of the specific tags that you enter.
    • Do not Include hosts that: here you exclude hosts that have all or any of the specific tags that you enter.
    • Include blacklisted mail server tickets: check if you want to include tickets for blacklisted mail servers.
    • Include blacklisted web server tickets: check if you want to include tickets for hacked websites.
  7. Under the headline Schedule enter the following:
    • Occurs: select the interval that you want to base the schedule on, or if you want it to run only once select Once.
    • Starts on: select the first start data and time. Notice that reoccurring schedules will start at the time set here.
    • Timezone: select the timezone for the schedule.
    • Repeat every: select the number of days, weeks or months between the reports.
  8. Under the headline Notification enter the following:
    • Notifications: check if you want a notification to be sent by email when the report is generated.
    • Subject: enter a custom subject for the notification, or use default.
    • Sender name: enter a custom sender name for the notification, or use default.
    • Sender email: enter a custom sender email for the notification, or use default. If you use your own email (e.g. notifications@yourbusiness.com) address please add the following SPF record for the domain (e.g. business.com) to avoid problems receiving the emails:
      http://support.holmsecurity.com/hc/en-us/articles/213446285
    • Recipient: enter recipient for the notification.
    • Message: enter a custom message for the notification, or use default.
  9. Click OK.
  10. The report will now be generated and a notification sent (if activated) according the schedule.
  11. Done!
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