How to view threats, blocked activity over time

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How to view threats, blocked activity over time

L1 Bithead

I am trying to understand how to view threats, malicious IPs, etc over time. For instance in the ACC tab I understand one can view threats, threat source IPs etc. I am not seeing how to view trends, for example if we want to see if there has been an increase in traffic from a certain country or threats from a certain source IP. I would like to be able to view a report and see if there were increases in a certain time frame. I am only seeing total count, a break down of information over a time would be useful. I would appreciate any help, thanks.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@ccfritz,

You can generate a custom report of source country activity and add the date as criteria along with count to get a basic understanding of network increases it that's something that you are looking for. Historical trend information is generally something that I would offload to an external SIEM however (IE: Graylog/Splunk) to build detailed reporting dashboards however instead of the firewall's built-in reporting capability. 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@ccfritz,

You can generate a custom report of source country activity and add the date as criteria along with count to get a basic understanding of network increases it that's something that you are looking for. Historical trend information is generally something that I would offload to an external SIEM however (IE: Graylog/Splunk) to build detailed reporting dashboards however instead of the firewall's built-in reporting capability. 

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