Reporting is an essential part of every security program, for the following reasons:
- Security leaders need great reporting to understand whether their people, investments, and programs are delivering outcomes that properly improve their program.
- Security leaders also need to be able to communicate the value of their investments and performance to their executive leadership.
- Incident responders need to understand how quickly they are responding to and remediating threats affecting their environment.
- The teams responsible for purchasing Red Canary need to understand how much value is being provided and how we’re performing vs. expectations.
Red Canary’s Report Library is focused on giving you actionable information that you can use as quickly as possible.
Since most security teams provide reporting via slide decks, Red Canary’s reports use the same format. Some teams will paste screenshots of these reports directly into their internal slide decks; others will use snippets of each report.
Each report includes an About this report section that describes the report and how it can be useful to security teams.
We always appreciate feedback on how your security team reports performance and security outcomes both internally and to your leadership, so please securely share those reports with us. Your feedback can help create new reports that make your team’s communication more efficient.
Displaying reports on a TV / wall monitor
Reports can be placed in fullscreen mode by clicking the ICON_EXPAND icon to maximize any report fullscreen. To continually refresh the report’s visualization, use a browser-refreshing extension.
Sharing and bookmarking reports
Many reports are interactive and customizable, allowing you to select time periods, adjust dimensions, etc. Each of these customizations results in a unique URL that you can bookmark and share with others on your team.
Reports, including any customizations, can also be favorited by clicking the ICON_STAR icon to allow you to easily recall frequently used configurations.
Printing and exporting reports
Reports are designed to be screenshotted, saved as PDFs, or printed. All reports use vector graphics so you can effectively zoom in to grab the ideal shot.