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Using notifications

February 19, 2024

ID 179103

Notifications alert you about events and help you to speed up your responses to these events by performing recommended actions or actions you consider as appropriate.

Depending on the notification method chosen, the following types of notifications are available:

  • Onscreen notifications
  • Notifications by SMS
  • Notifications by email
  • Notifications by executable file or script

Onscreen notifications

Onscreen notifications alert you to events grouped by importance levels (Critical, Warning, and Informational).

Onscreen notification can have one of two statuses:

  • Reviewed. It means you have performed recommended action for the notification or you have assigned this status for the notification manually.
  • Not Reviewed. It means you have not performed recommended action for the notification or you have not assigned this status for the notification manually.

By default, the list of notifications include notifications in the Not Reviewed status.

You can monitor your organization's network viewing onscreen notifications and responding to them in a real time.

Notifications by email, by SMS, and by executable file or a script

Kaspersky Security Center provides the capability to monitor your organization's network by sending notifications about any event that you consider important. For any event you can configure notifications by email, by SMS, or by running an executable file or a script.

Upon receiving notifications by email or by SMS, you can decide on your response to an event. This response should be the most appropriate for your organization's network. By running an executable file or a script, you predefine a response to an event. You can also consider running an executable file or a script as a primary response to an event. After the executable file runs, you can take other steps to respond to the event.

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