This page will explore the content of the Settings.
You can access the settings from the top right corner.
Clicking on the email address takes you to the user information page.
From here you can:
Change your name or password
Activate the 2FA [RECOMMENDED]
Enable notifications for new findings, either via email or the SATAYO Telegram bot
This page shows the changes made during the development of SATAYO. Each version is listed with the release date and the features that were added.
This page shows information about ransomware attacks carried out worldwide. Data are retrieved from the Dashboard Ransomware Monitor project, available here. It is possible to setup custom alerts and receive notifications when a company operating in the same sector and country has been attacked. There is also the option to enter the list of customers and suppliers and be notified if one of them is the victim of a ransomware attack.
This page contains Cyber Security news published by various authoritative sources. If anyone is interested, a link to the original article is provided.
This page is only available to customers with the SaaS & Managed version of SATAYO. It shows information about tickets and their status. Opened and resolved tickets can be easily tracked, as well as the evidence to which they relate. Severity statistics are reported for open tickets. More details can be found in the section Managed Service.
This page is only available to customers with the SaaS & Managed version of SATAYO. It shows the list of indicators that were added to opened tickets. Indicators are IoC and IoA detected during the analysis. Detailed information on the type of indicators collected are available in the paragraph Tickets in Jira.
SATAYO - User Guide¶
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This page contains some useful information, such as the contract expiration date and the amount of credit used for the acquisition of market evidences.
This page contains links to our support channels. Here you can check whether your account can open tickets in Jira, as explained in Tickets in SATAYO.