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Advanced Analytics Dashboard

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Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) Activity

This dashboard allows you to track how much traffic is being sent for remote browser isolation, the trend over time, and the details behind this traffic.

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Tag your applications and instances

The goal of this dashboard is to help you operationalize the Netskope solution. The first step is to tag your corporate-IT Managed applications and to name your instances. This dashboard will: Tell yo...

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Non-work Activities by Users

This dashboard gives an overview of user activities in non work-related categories (i.e. #hours spent on social apps). Use this dashboard to... Understand trend of Users and Time spent in non-business...

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Do you know where your data is going?

Use this dashboard to understand traffic destined for countries of interest (based on dashboard level filter settings above). This Dashboard provides insights into: Visuals to understand which traffic...

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Risk Insights and Discovery Analytics

Provide analytics on logs/data gathered via Discovery. Including a view of Shadow IT and application Risk. While it can be used with Inline NS products it was inspired by clients that just leverage Di...

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Application Instance Insights

This dashboard gives a view into Corporate vs. Personal Application instances observed on the tenant. This information can be used to: identify unsanctioned data movement to personal instances underst...

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Coaching Policy Dashboard for your use

Hi Everyone, This dashboard is ideal for looking at a specific policy which involves allows users to Proceed and enter justifications. With this dashboard you can answer the following questions: How m...

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Private App Discovery Dashboard for Advanced Analytics

Least privileged access is the cornerstone of deploying a zero-trust network access solution. But, which departments need access to what applications? Where do those applications live in your sprawlin...

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