The Risk Heat Map shows the location of high-risk events on a world map.
You can use the Risk Heat Map to determine where high-risk transactions have originated. The circles vary in size according to the number of high-risk transactions in that area.
To access the Risk Heat Map, go to .
Click the map to view drill down information.
Click on a bubble to zoom in on that location. You can also use the scroll function to zoom.
The drill down table shows more detailed information about each high risk event, including:
- IP address
- Target application
- IP reputation
.Only events that have triggered a specific risk model, such as geovelocity anomaly, or have an aggregated risk score of high are shown. The aggregated risk score is determined by the selected risk policies in the Policy Name list.
Scroll to the right to see additional columns. For use of the filtered search bar, see Filtered searching.
For a description of the table columns, see Monitored risk data.
Zooming in on a location filters the results on the drill down table. You can click a column header to sort the results by that value. Results are sorted by the Time column by default, with the most recent entries listed first.
Left hand filters:
- To filter risk policies to be included in the map, use the Policy Name list. You can select multiple policies.
- Use the slider to show data from the current day, previous week, previous month, or
previous six months.
To show data from a custom time period, use the Date Range filter.