About the Dashboard for Subscriber Accounts

The Dashboard page in WatchGuard Cloud shows aggregated information to give you a quick overview of your Subscriber account. Several tiles on the page display key metrics and important information. Click the title of any tile to see more detailed information.

The page can contains these tiles:

  • Alerts — Shows the number of active alerts for your account. Click the tile title to open the Alerts page, where you can review and acknowledge all alerts.
  • Dark Web Scan — Shows a text box where you can enter an email address or domain to scan for data breaches for your accounts.
  • Cyclops Blink Detector — Show the status of Fireboxes you scan with the WatchGuard Cloud Cyclops Blink Detector. For more information, see WatchGuard Cloud Cyclops Blink Detector.
  • Firebox License Details — Shows the next license expiration for a Firebox in your account, and a summary of devices with a WatchGuard Cloud license. A High Availability count may also show the Fireboxes added to WatchGuard Cloud as a member of a FireCluster when the devices do not have a WatchGuard Cloud license. Click the tile title to see device status in Device Summary.
  • Access Point License Details — Shows the next license expiration for an access point in your account, and a summary of devices with a Wi-Fi license. Click the tile title to see device status in Device Summary.
  • Device Status — Shows a summary of the connection status for devices in WatchGuard Cloud. Click the tile title to see device status in Device Summary.
  • Data Retention Licenses — Shows a summary of Data Retention Licenses in your account and whether they are assigned to devices. Click the tile title to see and manage licenses on the License Details page.
  • Authentication — Shows the number of successful and failed authentications. Click the tile title to open the full report and see a graphical representation of the data on the Reports page.
  • Resources — Shows your AuthPoint resources. Click the tile title to open the Resources page in the AuthPoint web UI.
  • Resource Activity — Shows the number of authentications for the most used AuthPoint resources. Click the tile title to open the full report and see a graphical representation of the data on the Reports page.
  • Denied Push Notifications — Shows the number of push notifications denied by users. This count does not include pushes that timed out or failed for other reasons. Click the tile title to open the full report and see a graphical representation of the data on the Reports page.
  • Users — Shows a count of your AuthPoint users and provides a quick link to add a new user. Click the tile title to open the Users page in the AuthPoint web UI.
  • AuthPoint License Details — Shows how many licensed AuthPoint users you have. Click the tile title to see license details on the Administration page, such as how many users come with the licenses and the next license expiration date.
  • Host Status — Shows the status of Host Sensors in your account. The numbers show the number of installed Host Sensors in each state.
  • Indicators — Shows statistics for indicators in three categories (Critical, High, Medium/Low), based on the score.
    • Critical — Scores of 8, 9, or 10

    • High — Scores of 6 or 7

    • Medium/Low — Scores of 3, 4, or 5

  • Remediations — Shows statistics for Host Ransomware Prevention, Automated, Manual, and Open remediations. The total number is the sum of Host Ransomware Prevention, Automated and Manual remediations.
  • Indicator Timeline — Shows a history of unresolved or resolved indicators. Use the radio buttons at the top to select the type of information to show. By default, the Indicator Timeline shows the history of unresolved indicators with scores higher than 2. For more information, see TDR Dashboard.
  • Endpoint Security License Details — Shows when your license expires, as well as the number of allocated endpoints to each of the WatchGuard Endpoint Security products and modules.
  • Endpoint Security Status — Shows the number of endpoint devices and status, including:
    • Protected — Percentage of devices with WatchGuard Endpoint Security installed and working, without errors
    • Protected with Errors — Percentage of devices with WatchGuard Endpoint Security installed and working, with errors
    • Installation Errors — Percentage of devices on which the WatchGuard Endpoint Security installation did not complete
    • No license — Percentage of devices that are unprotected due to insufficient licenses or an available license has not been assigned to the device
    • Protection Disabled — Percentage of devices with a license but without anti-virus protection or advanced protection enabled
    • Installation in Progress — Percentage of devices on which WatchGuard Endpoint Security is currently being installed
  • Patch Management — Shows the total number of computers that support Patch Management, as well as the available patches by importance. For more information, see Available Patches. To open the Patch Management dashboard, click the tile title.
  • Full Encryption — Shows the total number of computers that support Full Encryption, as well as the encryption status. For more information, see Encrypted Computers. To open the Full Encryption dashboard, click the tile title.
  • Data Control — Shows the number of files with Personally Identifiable Information (PII) found on the network, listed by personal data type, and the percentage of the total number of files with PII detected. For more information, see Files by Personal Data Type. To open the Data Control dashboard, click the tile title.

If your account does not have an activated device or license, the Get Started tile appears to activate a device or license, or start a endpoint security trial.

See Also

About WatchGuard Cloud Reports

About the Service Provider Dashboard

Configure Services and Devices