The Threat Stack Dashboard



The Threat Stack Cloud Security PlatformⓇ (CSP) monitors your infrastructure for risky behavior and configurations. It provides real-time threat detection across your cloud workloads and alerts you of non-compliant changes to your infrastructure.

The Dashboard displays a comprehensive summary of your alerts, vulnerable servers, and monitored cloud profiles. The information provided enables you to take immediate action while ensuring your organization’s compliance needs are met.


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Threat Stack supports cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

Accessing the Dashboard

You can access the Dashboard through your Threat Stack account.

  1. Log into Threat Stack at
  2. In the Email field, type your account email address and click Next.
  3. In the Password field, type your account password and click Next.


If you do not remember your password, click the Forgot my password link. You will receive a password reset email containing instructions on how to reset your password.

  1. Once you are successfully logged in, the Dashboard displays.
    • It is the default view in the Threat Stack CSP.
The Dashboard

The Dashboard contains the following panes:

  1. New Alerts in the Last 24 Hours - Displays the number of Severity 1 and Severity 2 alerts that were triggered within the past 24 hours. Click View Alerts to view a list of all active alerts.
  2. Vulnerable Servers - Displays the number of servers with high or medium rated vulnerabilities. Click View Servers to view a list of vulnerable servers.
  3. Coverage Analysis - Displays a summary of the number of agents deployed, the number of AWS and non-AWS servers being monitored, along with any unmonitored EC2 instances.


    Agents deployed using Kubernetes and containers could affect the total number of Agents displayed in the Coverage Analysis pane.

  4. Severity 1 Alerts Generated This Week - Displays a graph showing the number of Severity 1 alerts generated during the most recent week.
  5. Severity 2 Alerts Generated This Week - Displays a graph showing the number of Severity 2 alerts generated during the most recent week.


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For more information about alerts, please see the Alert Feature Overview article.

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