Our previous Anti-malware dashboard was a report showing a list of all the threats found on your devices, classified by the account, the device name, the groups etc. After the feedback we received from you our customers, we concluded that for many of you the threats report didn't help you that much to work efficiently with our product. Most of you wanted to have information about the devices that needed attention. Another piece of feedback was that we provide you with a lot of useful information that you might not need at the first look when you login to your Anti-Malware dashboard. We decided to redesign ITbrain Anti-Malware, to make the product more device-centric. You will now see which devices have an issue or need attention and react if an action is required. That will make them save time particularly for customers with many endpoints.
Anti-Malware device view:
This new view is designed to improve your daily work with Anti-Malware. It gives you a better overview on all your Anti-Malware endpoints so that you can react quickly when it is necessary. We also introduced several useful functionalities and improvements. These changes are very important, especially for those who manage a large number of endpoints, and they will help you to save time and focus only on the device that needs attention. We would like to use this post to invite to test this new view and enjoy it.
An overview of your Anti-Malware endpoints:
Here you can see at a glance which device is infected, needs attention or is in a safe state.
Search your device by the device name, only the endpoints with Anti-Malware activation will display.
The filters :
Here you can select only the groups with Anti-Malware endpoints
By device status:
You can select the devices based on their status, single and multiselection are also possible
Here you can see how many endpoints are available on the account, how many are in use, how many are infected or need attention
The yellow icon is used to identify the devices which need attention because:
The definitions are out of date
The real-time protection is disabled
No scan has been performed for a long time
No policy is activated on this device
The green icon is used to identify the devices which are safe
Based on this information, you can easily see which device need urgently your attention:
The red icon is used to identify the devices which are infected