The Monitor tab shows a complete picture of the security posture.
Let us see what each number signifies
1 - Total number of controls that are evaluated.
2 - Total number of evaluations. A unique combination of resource and control is treated as one evaluation.
3 - Number of evaluations that Passed. The Pass count includes control evaluations that are passed as well as passed with exception.
4 - Number of evaluations that Failed
5 - Number of failed evaluations with high criticality
6 - Number of failed evaluations with medium criticality
7 - Number of failed evaluations with low criticality
Note: When you change criticality of a control, the revised control criticality for existing evaluations is effective upon next connector run.
Each control is evaluated against the applicable resources which is represented by Total Resources. Number represented by green represents the number of pass resources that have the desired configuration as per the control. Number represented by red represents the number of failed resources.
Click any control to get details of all the resources evaluated against the control.
Find all about your policies and control evaluations and get up to date information quickly using Qualys Advanced Search.
Go to Monitor tab. You'll notice a Search field above the controls list (you can also search on other tabs). This is where you'll enter your search query.
Start typing and we'll show you the properties you can search such as account ID, control criticality, control result, etc. Select the one you're interested in.
Now enter the value you want to match, and press Enter. You can also choose a date range. That's it! Your matches will appear in the list.
Click here for sample queries
You'll notice a Search field and this is where you'll enter your search query. Start typing and we'll show you the properties you can search such as cid, control.name, and so on. Select the one you're interested in.
You could perform various actions on the controls such as re-evaluate the control, create exception for a failed resource, and so on. Select the control and click Actions or the quick actions menu. See Exceptions to know more about exception.
To know what led the control to pass or fail, click Evidence. The Evidence details will tell you the reason that led the control to pass or fail.