And now you can further cut down the noise with this new feature!

July 29, 2022

Recently, several nations and businesses have been affected by data breaches, and according to statistics, human error accounts for 95 percent of cybersecurity breaches. This highlights how important it is for employees to be aware of the possible consequences that can protect their infrastructure from outside attacks.

In the past month, we have made significant progress on several new features and enhancements.

Here are some highlights

Container notifications

You can now “mute” notifications for your Container workloads based on pods, containers, and nodes. This means that you can receive more targeted alerts and cut down the noise.

Review container risks

While we are on the topic of containers, now we support the same workflow as we do with your Risks screens - and that is - you can now Review your risks and categorize them into Acknowledge (and open a Jira ticket), Pause the risks and Accept the risk.

Better Events UX and notifications

Events UX and notifications are now revamped to show you additional information straight into the Slack/ Email UI so that you don’t have to come to the Dashboard. You can consume the information on the go.

Historical Data

Now, on the Risk slideout, you can see the historical assets which might have failed in the past. This will help you to see how your risks have been affecting your assets and have been remediated over time.

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