How to visualize your data by use case with JupiterOne

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At JupiterOne, we prioritize innovation and work hard to consistently deliver quality, value-centric integrations and improvements. JupiterOne is helping organizations everywhere get a handle on their cyber asset universes and promote sustainable cybersecurity practices. A powerful platform like JupiterOne can leave some wondering where to start, which is why we are constantly striving for improved, intuitive usability and impactful capabilities. 

Our latest updates to the JupiterOne platform empower you to prioritize speed, efficiency, and organization!

New Properties Panel

Our new properties panel exposes key, pre-packaged visualizations of the JupiterOne Graph to the user based on their desired use case. It offers comprehensive, asset-level information without the hassle of toggling back and forth between the list view and the Graph. 

You can simply click on an asset and open the properties panel to view connected resources, ownership attribution, agents, blast radius, internet path, access, and more. 

Why you should leverage this feature

The properties panel allows you to easily and intuitively understand the level of security attached to each asset. For example, imagine you are looking at a device in the properties panel. After confirming that it is internet facing, you notice a vulnerability on the path to the internet. By leveraging the properties panel Graph to pinpoint where that vulnerability is sitting, you are able to prioritize and remediate this vulnerability appropriately.

Plus, you can use the properties panel to familiarize yourself with J1QL! Because the properties panel uses J1QL to source each view, you can copy that query and customize it for the level of detail or asset class you are looking for. 

How to access this feature

There’s an easy way to access this feature:

  1. Open JupiterOne and query your environment 
  2. Click on an asset returned as a result 
  3. Expand the side panel to start exploring. 

JupiterOne Managed Dashboards in Insights Innovation

The JupiterOne Managed Dashboards in Insights consist of 20+ visualization dashboards that allow you to organize your information by use case. These dashboards are readily available, so you no longer need to create custom dashboards by request. For additional customizations, you can also clone and customize your dashboards for easy sharing or personal tracking. 

Why you should leverage this feature

These Insights dashboards make it easy for your team to understand your security posture without all the manual heavy lifting. Updates and improvements will happen automatically, so you never have to work with an outdated or clunky tool. 

Whether you want to create a dashboard for yourself or share it across teams, the Managed Dashboards offer you an established place to start building out the metrics that matter to you. 

How to access this feature

The JupiterOne platform is consistently updated to reflect an accurate view of your cyber asset universe at any given time, and the Managed Dashboards are no exception. 

Simply navigate to your Insights tab and you can choose from any use case to get valuable information and visualizations at a glance. 

What to look for next 

The JupiterOne platform is getting a facelift! In the coming months, we will be updating our general look-and-feel, as well as the Questions Library, Homepage, and KPIs to make finding the right information even easier. 

If you’re interested in using JupiterOne or want a tutorial on how to use these new features, book a demo or reach out to your customer success manager!

Tanvi Tapadia
Tanvi Tapadia

Born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, Tanvi is a marketer who strives to create the perfect balance between data-driven decisions and creative marketing. She is an NC State graduate who loves to explore, eat, and play with her dog Butter.

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