Standard dashboard widgets - Security Center 5.10

Security Center User Guide 5.10

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A collection of standard widgets is included with Security Center.

The following widgets are available:

Name Widget icon Description Required privileges
Alarm count

Counts the number of alarms that are active, under investigation, or that require acknowledgment. You can configure the widget to change color based on the alarm count. None

Displays static images in the following formats:
  • .jpg
  • .jpeg
  • .gif
  • .png
  • .bmp

Displays the live report of events or alarms selected for monitoring. You can switch between monitoring events and alarms if the Allow display mode toggle option is selected. The same commands available in the Monitoring task when alarm monitoring is enabled are available in the widget. None

Displays text. None

Displays any entity that can be shown in a Security Center tile.1 None2
Web page

Displays web pages. View web pages

Displays a chart using an aggregation function (Count, Average, Maximum, and so on) applied to one or many record types, and optionally grouped by a specific property. None3

Displays a selected report visually.4 View charts5
Entity count

Counts the number of entities of the selected type. None
Result count

Counts the number of results in a selected report.2 None5
Top results

Displays the top results from a selected report.4 None5

Displays Archiver role statistics. Archiver statistics

Displays system availability statistics. Health history
Camera Integrity Monitor

Displays the tampering status for cameras configured for camera integrity monitoring, and can trigger an update for their associated thumbnail and data model. Reset Camera Integrity Monitor

Counts the number and type of users connected to the system. None
Hardware status

Displays the hardware status of selected devices. None
Health events

Displays system health events. Health history
Role status

Displays the status of selected roles. View role properties
Security score

Displays your system security score.6 View security widget

1 You can also add an entity to your dashboard from the Monitoring task by right-clicking the associated tile and selecting Add to dashboard.

2 Specific entities might require their own privileges.

3 Requires a specific privilege for each record type you want to report on.

4 Only reports saved as public tasks are supported. You can also add a report to your dashboard by selecting Add to dashboard in the associated reporting task in Security Desk.

5 Specific reports might require their own privileges.

6 For more information, see How the Security score widget works.