Overall Suspicious Threat Summary

Provides specific information about suspicious threats on your network. Example: the policy/rule in violation, summary information about the source and destination, the total number of suspicious threats on the network

Table 1. Overall Suspicious Threat Summary Data View

Data

Description

Policy/Rule

Displays the name of the policy/rule in violation.

Protocol

Displays the protocol over which the violation takes place.

Example: HTTP, FTP, SMTP

Unique Endpoints

Displays the number of unique computers affected by the suspicious threat.

Example: A managed product detects 10 suspicious threat instances of the same type on 2 computers.

Unique Endpoints = 2

Unique Sources

Displays the number of unique sources where suspicious threats originate.

Example: A managed product detects 10 suspicious threat instances of the same type originating from 3 computers.

Unique Sources = 3

Unique Recipients

Displays the number of unique email message recipients receiving content that violate managed product suspicious threat policies.

Example: A managed product detects 10 suspicious threat violation instances of the same policy on 2 computers.

Unique Recipients = 2

Unique Senders

Displays the number of unique email message senders sending content that violates managed product suspicious threat policies.

Example: A managed product detects 10 suspicious threat violation instances of the same policy coming from 3 computers.

Unique Senders = 3

Detections

Displays the total number of policy/rule violations managed products detect.

Example: A managed product detects 10 violation instances of the same type on one computer.

Detections equals 10.

Mitigations

Displays the number of endpoints Network VirusWall Enforcer devices or Total Discovery Mitigation Server take action against.

Cleaned Endpoints

Displays the total number of endpoints Total Discovery Mitigation Server cleans.

Clean Endpoint Rate (%)

Displays the percentage of endpoints Total Discovery Mitigation Server cleans compared to the total Detections.