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Cyware Enables Organized, Intelligent Information Sharing Control with Custom Dashboards

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Cyware's information-sharing platform, the Cyware Situational Awareness Platform (CSAP) version 2.10, enables admins to create a customized dashboard that provides an intuitive graphical presentation of the most relevant strategic threat information metrics.

Why do we need this feature?
This feature gives admins the ability to create a customized dashboard suiting their requirements.
  • Using a custom dashboard, security decision-makers can gain better visibility over key performance metrics and the ROI for their information-sharing activities.
  • A CSAP privileged user can choose from a variety of out-of-the-box widgets as building blocks and arrange them to form their custom dashboard.
  • They can select from a list of graphs and charts, such as pie, bubble, bar, line, and more, to better visualize their data.
  • They can also use the Fullscreen mode to present the dashboard to a larger audience within their organization.

What else?
  • The feature can be accessed from the sidebar in the CSAP Analyst Portal.
  • Admins can also download and share their custom dashboard designs with other members.

The closing lines
Through this feature, security administrators can, at any time, get a detailed look at all the information sharing and alert metrics that matter for the cybersecurity posture of their organization. This gives them a concise overview of the major threats and risks facing their organization and can help them communicate it better to a non-technical audience.

As information sharing and analysis becomes even more critical in the age of escalating cyberthreats, CSAP administrators can now benefit from the high-fidelity customized dashboards built for their specific needs.


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Posted on: January 18, 2021

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