Note: This section describes the new interface. For information about the classic interface, see Reports (Classic Interface). For information about navigating the new interface, see Navigate Tenable.io (New Interface).
Reports consist of two parts: the report, and the report results. On the Reports page, you can create a report from a template, run existing reports, and view the results of those reports.
Note: Reports show data from the last 30 days. Tenable recommends scanning at least monthly to maintain security hygiene and to keep report data up-to-date.
The Reports page includes the following folders:
The My Report Templates folder is the default folder that appears when you access the Reports page. Reports that you create will appear in this folder.
The All Report Templates folder displays all reports that you have permission to interact with. If you are using an administrator account, then this folder will display all reports that have been created by your organization.
The Report Results folder displays all of the results from reports that you have permissions to view. If you are using an administrator account, then this folder will display all results from reports that are created by your organization. Results are displayed in chronological order based on when the reports were run.
The Trash folder displays report definitions (i. e., the reports that appear in the My Report Templates and All Report Templates folders) that are deleted. In the Trash folder, you can restore deleted reports or permanently delete them.
Using Tenable.io, you can generate thematic, informative reports to help you find information that might otherwise be overlooked. For example, the Credentialed Scan Failures report delivers a straightforward, organized list of failed credentialed scans that analysts can use to quickly address scanning issues, making it simpler to troubleshoot problems with credentialed scans. This documentation includes a complete list of report templates included with Tenable.io.
Note: PCI Quarterly External scan data is intentionally excluded from dashboards, reports, and workbenches. This is due to the scan's paranoid nature, which may lead to false positives that would otherwise not be detected. For more information, see PCI ASV Scanning Overview.
To view the Reports page: