To see all the digital assets (entities) you have, in JupiterOne, go to Apps > Assets.
There are several ways to filter the large list of entities displayed in the Assets app:
- Quick filter the critical assets
- Additional filters by class and/or type
- Granular filters by properties
Quick Filter the Critical Assets
Click Critical Assets in the top banner to go directly to the most important of your entities.
Critical assets is a class of asset for which you can create queries and alerts to quickly access the most crucial data. By default, JupiterOne determines which criteria defines an asset as the most important and, therefore, the most at risk but an administrator can edit this definition.
Click to edit the critical asset definition default values. You can use classes, properties, and values to define what is critical.
Add asset classes and properties that your organization comprises a critical asset, and click UPDATE DEFINITION.
Quick Filters by Class and/or Type
You can quickly filter your assets by Class, by selecting one or more icons that represent each class. The tooltip displays the class label when you move over it.
The class of an entity is an abstract label that defines what the entity is within the concept of security operations. For more details, see the JupiterOne Data Model documentation.
After you select one or more classes, you can further filter the entities/assets by Type:
The Type of an entity represents the specific type of entity as defined by its source. For more details, see the JupiterOne Data Model documentation.
You can also expand the Class filter to get a more detailed, dashboard-like view of the entities/assets with a count for each class.
The data will respond correspondingly to the selection in the table below the quick filters. Note the pagination control at the bottom of the table:
Selecting an entity in the table will bring up its detailed properties in a side panel on the right.
Granular Filters by Properties
You can apply granular filters by selecting specific property values.
Open up the Filter Panel using the control icon near the top right corner:
Look for the property or properties you'd like to filter on to select one or multiple values to apply the filter. Clicking on a previously selected value from the property dropdown box will unselect it.
Tips: We recommend selecting Class/Type using the quick filter first, before apply more granular property filters. This will reduce the number of properties/values and make it a lot easier for selection.