Critical Apps:

This section basically lists the risky apps as they have a high threat level and may be compromised in terms of security and compliance standards. It is a very simple-to-use list, and you can customise the list based on the following:


  1. Applying filters: On the top of the Critical app list, you will see a button labelled Filter followed by a number which denotes the number of lists applied to the list. 



You can add new filters by clicking on the Filter button, and then from the window that opens, click on Add Filters button.



The following set of filters can be applied to Critical apps: 



The filters can be selected on the basis of Archive, status (whether active or inactive), Application Name, Application Id, Threat level (is greater than), Critical user count, critical scope count (number of scopes that are under risk associated with the app), risk score and risk level.


  1. Applying Columns: You can customise the list by selecting the columns based on which the security information of an app is to be displayed. just click on the button next to the Filter button to open the Columns menu.



From the above, select the columns you wish to keep and click apply.

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Critical Apps:

Modified on Sat, 31 Dec 2022 at 01:29 AM

This section basically lists the risky apps as they have a high threat level and may be compromised in terms of security and compliance standards. It is a very simple-to-use list, and you can customise the list based on the following:


  1. Applying filters: On the top of the Critical app list, you will see a button labelled Filter followed by a number which denotes the number of lists applied to the list. 



You can add new filters by clicking on the Filter button, and then from the window that opens, click on Add Filters button.



The following set of filters can be applied to Critical apps: 



The filters can be selected on the basis of Archive, status (whether active or inactive), Application Name, Application Id, Threat level (is greater than), Critical user count, critical scope count (number of scopes that are under risk associated with the app), risk score and risk level.


  1. Applying Columns: You can customise the list by selecting the columns based on which the security information of an app is to be displayed. just click on the button next to the Filter button to open the Columns menu.



From the above, select the columns you wish to keep and click apply.

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