Logsign SIEM keeps a signed/encrypted copy of the data obtained from the sources (logs/events) and includes these raw incident data in the parsing and enrichment processes in order to obtain realizable information. Logsign SIEM has a Dashboard module allowing you to focus on any data objects by means of different graphical drawings on these incident data and to conduct effective incident investigation.
When you log in to Logsign, the pre-defined Welcome Dashboard is opened as the welcome page.
Logsign dashboard module is composed of the sections shown below.
1- When you place the cursor on the Dashboard sign on the menu bar, the Dashboard menu is opened. When you click on the sign, you directly access the pre-defined Welcome Dashboard.
2-You can access the Welcome Dashboard by clicking the Dashboards menu item on the Dashboard menu as well. Moreover, the dashboard sub-menu where you can configure the dashboard is also on this page (it will be mentioned in the forthcoming sections).
3-By clicking on the Install Dashboards menu item, you can install the built-in/pre-defined Dashboards including the prepared Widgets on various graphic types. Dashboards are included in the dashboard categories – you can install a Dashboard under a category on its own or install the category to enable all the included Dashboards to be installed.
The dashboard sub-menu and its components, which you can access by clicking the Dashboard sign from the Menu bar are shown below.
1-It is the menu used for listing/organizing the Dashboard categories and Dashboards.
2-You can click the New Dashboard button (under Custom Dashboards, which is one of the pre-defined dashboard categories or any user-defined category) to create a new dashboard.
3-There are two default/pre-defined dashboard categories: Custom Dashboards and Welcome Dashboard.
4-The built-in welcome dashboard is under the Welcome Dashboard category.
5-You can create a new dashboard category by clicking the Add Category button.
6-Edit Menu button allows you to make organizations with regards to the dashboards and dashboard categories (such as the menu sort order) by being activated when a new category other than the pre-defined categories (Custom Dashboards and Welcome Dashboard) are created.
Note: Pre-defined dashboard categories cannot be deleted.
Creating a Dashboard Category
Click the Add Category button to create a new dashboard category and click Save after entering the Category name.
Creating a Dashboard
Click the New Dashboard button to create a new dashboard. Enter the dashboard name on the Dashboard Name section, select the Category and click Save after selecting a dashboard profile (*) from the Profiles section (optional – no selection was made for the example).
In this stage, the File Access dashboard domain under the User Behaviors category will look empty via automatic routing. At this point, you are ready to rapidly add various graphics on the dashboard domain via the Add Widget button on the page.