During this self-paced e-learning course you will learn how to get the most out of Snow Risk Monitor. You will learn how to use the many risk dashboards, and which dashboard to choose as a starting point depending on what risk area on which you are focusing. You will also understand the different types of risks you need to be aware of, such as applications with vulnerabilities, applications that has reached their end of support and applications that contains Personal Identifiable Information and more.
The course will also cover how you can configure Snow Risk Monitor for your specific needs, setting up alerts for critical events, creating tags to group applications or devices in your environment, and configuring rules for intended access, making sure that you can keep track of unauthorized access to sensitive applications. The course also includes a series of use cases
that will show you how you can use Snow Risk Monitor to manage some common situations.
Who Should Attend?
This course is suitable for anyone working with risk management or wanting to know more about the values Snow Risk Monitor can bring to your organization. As this course covers most dashboards and configuration options expecting no prior knowledge about Snow Risk Monitor, this course is suitable for both beginners and users who wants to freshen up on their Snow Risk Monitor skills.
No prerequisites are required. Basic knowledge about the Snow Inventory process and data collected through Snow License Manager can be helpful to better understand the data presented in Snow Risk Monitor.
- Snow Risk Monitor system overview and data flow
- Managing and navigating the Snow Risk Monitor interface
- Understanding of the different risk types
- Using the right dashboard for the right task
- Applying filters, exclusions and tags
- Setting up rules for authorized application access
Snow Risk Monitor is offered as a 48-minute self-paced e-learning course.
Enroll in this course
If you wish to enroll in this e-learning course a Snow Academy account is required.
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