Security Threat Entry Analysis Information

Displays information with the entry point of security threats as the focus. Examples: managed product network protection type (gateway, email, desktop), name of the security threat, time of the last security threat detection

Table 1. Security Threat Entry Analysis Information Data View

Data

Description

Entry Type

Displays the point of entry for security threats managed products detect.

Example: Virus found in file, FTP, File transfer

Product

Displays the name of the managed product which detects the security threat.

Example: OfficeScan, ScanMail for Microsoft Exchange

Security Threat Category

Displays the specific category for security threats managed products detect.

Example: Antivirus, Antispyware, Content filtering

Unique Endpoints

Displays the number of unique computers affected by the security threat/violation.

Example: OfficeScan detects 10 virus instances of the same virus on 2 computers.

Unique Endpoints = 2

Unique Sources

Displays the number of unique computers where security threats/violations originate.

Example: OfficeScan detects 10 virus instances of the same virus, coming from 3 sources, on 2 computers.

Unique Sources = 3

Detections

Displays the total number of security threats/violations managed products detect.

Example: OfficeScan detects 10 virus instances of the same virus on one computer.

Detections = 10