Today, we launched a Microsoft Graph Security connector for Power BI along with a sample dashboard and template to enable rapid development of enterprise-wide security reports. Gain greater visibility into active threats and trends to help you better understand and manage security and risk.
You can now leverage the new connector included in the Power BI Desktop February 2019 update to:
This Power BI connector for Microsoft Graph reduces the time and resources needed to integrate multiple data sources, simplifying the creation of reports across security solutions. For further details on integrating with the Microsoft Graph Security API, learn about the API and access the schema.
Use this connector in a new or existing Power BI dashboard. This connector is included in the Power BI Desktop February 2019 update.
We’ve provided some examples below of reports created using the Microsoft Graph Security Power BI connector. A sample dashboard and template are also available for download from the Microsoft Graph Security GitHub repo. Feel free to slice and dice the information for each of the schema properties to build your own visualizations.
Visualize Alerts across different Security Products
Visualize Top Threats Targeting your Organization
Create a visual, per the diagram below, to get the top threats that impact your organization by categorizing your security alerts across the different security products running in your organization. This in turn enables you to get a complete picture of what’s top of mind for your organizational security investigations.
Visualize Top Targeted Users
Get a pictorial representation of users who were associated with the security alerts that originated from the different security products deployed in your organization per the following diagram to manage user risk information and potential top targeted users.
The Power BI dashboard and template using the Microsoft Graph Security Power BI connector can help jumpstart development of your custom reports. Build and contribute your own security templates and dashboards to the Microsoft Graph Security Power BI sample GitHub repo, following the contribution guidelines. Your contributions will be recognized via weekly blogposts on the Microsoft Security Graph tech community.
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