Export statistics from the API
Security Center platform API has received a new feature to enable enhanced automation. Like CSV reports, we now allow statistics across assets and vulnerabilities to be fetched from the API. The new API method allows requesting statistics for specific assets using identifiers such as IP addresses or tags.
This new feature in the API makes it even easier to integrate with third-party systems (for examplePowerBI) where the data can be further parsed or correlated with other data points.
How to fetch statistics from the API
New statistics & views in Organizer
Overviewing multiple Security Center accounts can be challenging. The enhanced statistics page in Organizer now opens for more enhanced use cases for partners and larger organizations that manage several Security Center accounts, making it easier than ever to overview all your accounts.
Filtering has been heavily improved to empower more options to be used, increasing the possibilities to look at accounts from more perspectives.
- The health of Scanner Appliances.
- Status on scans and schedules.
- General activity of scans and vulnerabilities.
- The risk of vulnerability severities across several accounts.
With the new possibility to create custom tab views, one can easily set up views that use different filters to structure the focus across accounts. Together with an enhanced number of selectable columns, one can truly get the view for the right purpose.
- Accounts where scanner appliances have lost connection.
- Accounts with failed scans in the last 30 days.
- Accounts with no vulnerabilities.
How to overview statistics across several accounts in Organizer
Grouping of larger network scans
Scanning larger network segments include a large number of IPs being scanned and analyzed for vulnerabilities. Larger network segments are always divided up to /20 networks to scale the number of scans efficiently as well as make it easier to report and analyze the scan result.
To improve the user experience of managing larger network segments, there are now improvements with network scans to handle larger networks as their own groups.
Network scans of larger networks are also grouped on the Scans page, where the large network segments act as a parent network and can be collapsed to view all its child networks with their own scan status.
How to scan larger network segments
New phishing simulation templates
Two new templates are now available in Phishing & Awareness Training in English:
- Amazon payment
- Google drive copyright violation
Additionally, there are new translations for Dutch, Norwegian, Danish and Swedish available for several existing templates.
- Fixed an issue with the email layout of Phishing & Awareness Training emails on some Outlook clients running on Windows 10.
- Single sign-on via SAML 2.0 now provides expanded visibility in the account activity log that makes it easier to track and troubleshoot.
- Addressed issues for certain data points in the widgets of Vulnerability Manager.
- Remediation integration with on-premises versions of JIRA has been improved to support additional types of configurations.
- The loading indicator on the scans page had a looping behaviour which has been corrected.
- Improvements to report generation covering edge cases that could cause the report not to be created.