Kaspersky Security Center

Monitoring and reporting

July 22, 2024

ID 179074

This section describes the monitoring and reporting capabilities of Kaspersky Security Center. These capabilities give you an overview of your infrastructure, protection statuses, and statistics.

After Kaspersky Security Center deployment or during the operation, you can configure the monitoring and reporting features to best suit your needs.

  • Traffic lights

    Administration Console allows you to quickly assess the current status of Kaspersky Security Center and managed devices by checking traffic lights.

  • Statistics

    Statistics on the status of the protection system and managed devices are displayed in information panels that can be customized.

  • Reports

    The Reports feature allows you to get detailed numerical information about the security of your organization's network, save this information to a file, send it by email, and print it.

  • Events

    Event selections provide an onscreen view of named sets of events that are selected from the Administration Server database. These sets of events are grouped according to the following categories:

    • By importance level—Critical events, Functional failures, Warnings, and Info events
    • By time—Recent events
    • By type—User requests and Audit events

You can create and view user-defined event selections based on the settings available, in the Kaspersky Security Center Web Console interface, for configuration.

In this section

Scenario: Monitoring and reporting

Monitoring traffic lights and logged events in Administration Console

Working with reports, statistics, and notifications

Monitoring of applications installation and uninstallation

Events of Kaspersky Security Center components

Blocking frequent events

Controlling changes in the status of virtual machines

Monitoring the anti-virus protection status using information from the system registry

Viewing and configuring the actions when devices show inactivity

Disabling Kaspersky announcements

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