Alarms can be assigned a risk score in order to differentiate behaviors that may be more detrimental to productivity or office security.
A user accessing social media during work hours may not have the same impact as them logging into file-sharing websites or inappropriate content, and this gives administrators a way to separate those actions.
Part of the Advanced plan, we can customize how many points an alarm is worth when we create our Alarms:
Once we've created some Alarms and set Risk Levels, we can then look under Reports > Risk Level and view what our users have been doing and what their Risk Level is for the selected period.
The Alarm Risk score is a calculated number that can be compared from period to period, group to group, and user to user.
The score is based on the total risk points of a user divided by the maximum number of activity log records for a single user in the organization during the given time period.
Risk points are a sum of the triggered alarms' risk levels multiplied by the number of times the alarm was triggered by a user during the given time period.
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