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Blog Improved Enclave Filter View

Improved Enclave Filter View

Since launching Marketplace in January we have been collecting feedback to improve user experience.

Today we are releasing a new enhancement that will improve your visibility of Enclaves by grouping them into three categories:

  1. My Enclaves - Enclaves for which you have Write/Update privileges
  2. Closed Source - Enclaves with threat intelligence from sources that require credentials or special access
  3. Open Source - Enclaves with threat intelligence from publicly available sources

This improved view will bring the Enclaves you regularly use to the top of your list. You can also toggle the filter for the entire group with a single click.

Enclave Filter View

For example, you may not be interested in seeing reports from open source intelligence in the Explore view. By unchecking the “Open Source” option (see Figure 1) all Open Source reports will be filtered out from the list view.

Questions? Don’t hesitate to reach out to your Customer Success representative or support@trustar.co if you would like to see other improvements on the the TruSTAR platform.

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