Reports in CV-CUE

CV-CUE currently supports the following types of reports.

Table 1. Reports in CV-CUE
WIPS Wi-Fi Alerts Complaince
Reports about the Wi-Fi security posture Reports about the Wi-Fi Clients, APs, Radios, WLANs,Applications, and Tunnels in the network. Reports capturing Wi-Fi, WIPS, and System Alerts. Reports to meet federal or industry-based regulatory compliance for Wi-Fi security.
Inventory Reports:
  • WIPS Clients - Instantaneous
  • WIPS Access Points - Instantaneous
  • Managed Wi-Fi Device Inventory
  • WIPS Managed Wi-Fi Devices - Instantaneous
  • WIPS Networks - Instantaneous
Policies Enforcement Reports:
  • Security Status
  • Wireless Intrusion Prevention Summary
  • Access Point Classification
  • Airspace Risk Assessment
  • Client Classification
  • Wireless Vulnerability Assessment
  • WIPS Alerts
Inventory Reports:
  • WiFi Clients - Instantaneous
  • WiFi Access Point Details - Instantaneous
  • WiFi Radios - Instantaneous
  • WiFi Access Points - Instantaneous
  • WiFi Tunnels- Instantaneous
Connectivity Reports:
  • Client Connectivity - Historical
  • Client Application Experience Report - Historical
  • WiFi Clients - Historical
  • Client Visibility
  • Client Association
Alert Reports:
  • Alerts WIPS
  • Alerts WiFi
  • Alerts System
Compliance Reports:
  • DoD Directive 8100.2 Compliance
  • GLBA Wireless Compliance
  • PCI DSS Wireless Compliance
  • HIPAA Wireless Compliance
  • SOX Wireless Compliance
  • PCI DSS Wireless Compliance Internal Audit Report
  • MITS Wireless Compliance
The reports can be accessed via the Reports tab on the left menu. You can view the definition and sections in each report, generate a report on-demand, or schedule one-time or recurring generation of a report.
This chapter contains the following topics:

Scheduling Reports

Report generation can be scheduled on a one-time or recurring basis. Users with Admin or Operator roles can schedule reports, while users with a viewer role can only view scheduled reports.

Clicking the Schedule Report icon opens a panel on the right-hand side of the screen, with a set of user-configurable parameters, as shown in the figure below.

The email that delivers the scheduled report contains the URL of the report and its JSON bundle. By default, the report URL is available for a limited period; once it expires, you can upload the JSON bundle to the report rendering application to view the report.

If the archival setting is set to Never Delete, then the URL sent in the email will always be valid until the report is manually deleted from the REPORTS > More > Saved page.

Once the report is successfully scheduled, it can be seen under REPORTS > More > Schedules.

On-Demand Generation of Reports

The following image shows the Generate Report icon:

Clicking the Generate Report icon opens a panel on the right-hand side of a screen with a set of parameters to be configured as shown in the image below.

Sample HTML Report

Saving a Report

Reports can be saved so that they can be viewed at a later time. When the report storage quota of a user is consumed, no more reports can be saved unless older reports are deleted. You can define the date when a saved report should be deleted or you can also disable the auto-deletion for a report.

Saved reports can be viewed under REPORTS > More > Saved tab in CV-CUE. Visibility of a saved report is not location-specific; it is based on a user's role. A saved report is always visible to a user who has previously generated the report. Role-based access is as follows:
  • Superusers - can view all saved reports.
  • Administrators - can view reports saved by them and for them.
  • Operators - can view reports saved by them and for them.
  • Viewers - cannot save or view a saved report.