Dashboards provide real-time visibility into your organization’s Internet traffic. Multiple dashboards provide different views, so you can track Internet usage and quickly take action when you see anomalous trends or security threats. Each dashboard contains widgets that present data in interactive charts, so you can instantly jump from a chart to individual transactions.
You can view and edit dashboards, depending on your role permission and scope. A dashboard or widget displays the message View Restricted when you do not have the appropriate permissions to view its content.
When you customize a dashboard, the changes are accessible only to you.
The Zscaler service provides predefined dashboards. The portal displays the dashboards and widgets according to your organization’s subscriptions. For example, if your organization has a subscription to the web security service only, you can see dashboards and widgets that report on web traffic, but not those that report on mobile traffic. You can customize the predefined dashboards, if you have the appropriate permissions.
By default, user-related widgets include locations and users. You can exclude locations by creating new or editing existing widgets and using the Exclude Location filter. This filter applies to all user-related widgets except for widgets in the default Security dashboard. To learn more, see How do I exclude locations in user-related reports?
When you log out, the service remembers the last dashboard you viewed and displays it when you log back in.
TIP: Go to Administration > Settings > My Profile to enable the dashboards to automatically refresh every 15 minutes. See How do I customize my admin account settings?
The following sections describe the predefined dashboards.
This dashboard provides data about the firewall traffic of your organization.