The Dashboards area includes up to 15 default dashboards. Each dashboard includes a collection of visualizations (also known as panels) that provide insight into a particular area of interest, such as device usage, website usage, or the security status of devices.

All dashboards are filtered to show the data collected from your Active devices over a specified time range; Inactive and Disabled devices are excluded from all device counts.

A default time range is set in each dashboard, but you can select a different time range using Kibana's time range filter. The total amount of historical data that is available depends on your data retention period.

You can work with the dashboards in a number of ways, including:

  • Changing the time range of a dashboard

  • Searching for and filtering the data

  • Adding or removing panels

  • Creating dashboards

  • Exporting dashboards to a PDF or PNG file

For help working with Kibana dashboards, click in the elastic header and click Documentation below Dashboards.

IMPORTANT  Absolute encourages you to customize Absolute Insights to suit your needs, but instead of modifying the default dashboards, we recommend that you create a new dashboard and copy visualizations (panels) to it. This practice helps to ensure that your customizations are preserved if a default dashboard is updated in a new release of Absolute Insights.

Default dashboards

To help you get started, Absolute Insights includes up to 15 default dashboards.

NOTE  Depending on the configuration of your Absolute account, some dashboards may not be available.

Summary dashboard

IT dashboards

Risk and Compliance dashboard

Privacy and Data Risk dashboards

Security, Risk, and Compliance dashboards