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Can someone explain what the "Top 100" are with the map widget in the Monitor tab.  Is it the most recent? Severe? Does it count multiple threats as the same from the same region?

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Hi...From the Admin Guide, the 'Top 100' is determined by the number of records with the highest measurement included in the chart.   At the bottom of the map, there is a time legend to denote last 6hrs, etc that you can select.  It will count all threats from the same region(country) and take an average to come up with the severity. The severity is color-coded.  Thanks.

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L6 Presenter

Hi...From the Admin Guide, the 'Top 100' is determined by the number of records with the highest measurement included in the chart.   At the bottom of the map, there is a time legend to denote last 6hrs, etc that you can select.  It will count all threats from the same region(country) and take an average to come up with the severity. The severity is color-coded.  Thanks.

Hey I guess my question is what is the highest measurement? Volume? Severity? Frequency? Are multiples ever shown ?  The link to the ACC shows the country and apps with the threat at the bottom, even when the number shows 2 there's always one threat displayed in ACC.

The threat map is measuring the number of threat events seen (frequency) across the entire landscape.  I don't believe there is a limit of the highest measurement.  The system ranks the number of threats seen by region and displaying the result on the map.  You can filter which threat type (virus, vulns, etc) to displayed.  The stats should be the same as the ACC.  If not, you may want to open a case with support.  Thanks.  

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