Using the dashboard

The dashboard is a customizable, visual view into your asset inventory. The dashboard has a variety of visualization widgets that show operational information, trends, insights, goals, sources, and most and least seen graphs.

You can filter this information based on sites and time buckets based on your needs by using the dropdown buttons at the top of the dashboard and selecting the timeframe and/or site you wish to filter by.

You can also customize the arrangement and size of each widget on the dashboard to suit your particular needs, and access the widget library to add or remove widgets as desired.

Customizing the dashboard

Each of the widgets on the dashboard can be resized according to your needs by clicking and dragging the bottom right corner of the widget.

Widgets can also be rearranged within the dashboard by clicking and dragging on the widget heading area as indicated by the “cross-hair” mouse cursor icon.

Your customization settings will be saved and applied any time you visit the dashboard so that you can quickly get to the information you’d like to see.

If you wish to revert your dashboard to its default state, click the menu button at the top of the dashboard and select the “Reset dashboard” option. This will reset the visibility, arrangement, and size of all widgets to reflect the original view of the dashboard prior to customizing it.

Widget library

The dashboard widget library is used to add and remove widgets on the dashboard, and can be accessed by clicking the “Widgets” button at the top right of the dashboard.

When you open the widget library, a list of all the available widgets is presented for you to select from.

Widgets included on the dashboard will be marked with a checkmark icon. When clicked, the widget will be deselected and removed from the dashboard when you click the “Save” button.

Conversely, widgets that are not currently visible on the dashboard can be added by clicking on the widget to select it, and then saving the changes.

Widget types

Operational information

  • Live assets: number of assets currently alive based on the latest scans
  • Active scans: number of scans currently in progress
  • Explorers online: number of Explorers reporting as healthy
  • Accounts: number of users with access to your console
  • Asset trends: timeline view of asset counts broken out by live, recent, and a couple other states
  • Service trends: timeline view of network services seen in your environment


  • Latest insights: automated queries that were ran after your latest scan with result counts

Most and least seen graphs

A variety of asset views by different asset properties. All of these graphs can be toggled between most and least seen based on the counts.

  • Asset types
  • Operating systems
  • Hardware
  • RRT latency
  • MAC vendors
  • Newest MAC age
  • TCP ports
  • UDP ports
  • Products
  • Protocols
  • Address count
  • Extra address count
  • Risk
  • Criticality
  • Tags


  • Goals overview: summary view of all goals that are pinned to display on the dashboard

Asset count and trend tables

A view into the latest count and historical timeline for your assets related to ownership coverage, source types, and custom integrations.

  • Asset ownership: view of all ownership types including assets missing owners
  • Asset sources: view of all sources of asset data from supported integrations
  • Custom integrations: view of all custom sources of asset data from API integrations

Drill down

Except for timeline-based charts, each widget’s distinct data points can be viewed in detail by clicking on the relevant table row links or buttons, or by clicking on individual segments of donut, bar or column charts.

Printing and exporting

All chart-based widgets on the dashboard support exporting to SVG, PNG, and JPEG file formats, and table-based widgets can be exported to CSV format, by using the menu button at the top of the widget and selecting the file format you wish to export.