Explore the individual sections of Safetica console

Explore the centralized and user-friendly Safetica console that optimizes the analysis of your data, empowers the creation of protection policies, and simplifies the management of users and data destinations.


Discover the easy-to-use navigation of Safetica console. Enjoy a centralized and intuitive interface, where you can easily analyze info from your environment, set protection policies, or manage users and data destinations.


Navigation in Safetica

 The Safetica navigation is structured into five key sections:




The DASHBOARDS section brings insight into security issues that happen in your environment and helps you understand your security processes. Information obtained in DASHBOARDS may help you facilitate the implementation of protection policies.

  • In Data, you can:

    • Audit data-related operations that happened in your company.

    • See what sensitive files leave your protected environment.

    • Gather crucial info to prevent data loss.

For macOS: a limited set of destination types is available compared to Windows.

  • In Apps, you can:

    • Audit launched apps and the active time users spent in them.

    • See application categories, users working with specific apps, and blocked app activities.

    • Find out if expensive applications are used effectively or if anyone uses illegal or dangerous programs.

  • In Websites, you can:

    • Audit the use of websites and the active time spent on them.

    • Find out which website activities were blocked.

    • Uncover visits to dangerous website categories, such as Malware or Pornography.

For macOS: website audit works only for Safari and Chrome browsers.



In the BEHAVIOR section, you see results from the Safetica UEBA add-on:

    • Perform user audit and deepen your overview of dangerous and undesirable user activities to identify hidden security risks and avoid wasting resources.

    • Find out to what extent company resources are used for work-related purposes.

    • Get an overview of what applications are used and what websites are visited by specific users.

    • Gain insight into incoming and outgoing email communication.

For macOS: audit of incoming and outgoing email communication works only for Apple Mail App.



In the PROTECTION section, you can set up remediation actions and prevent possible data loss.
  • In Policies, you can:
    • Protect your data against misuse with the help of protection policies.
    • Set up protection policies for sensitive data, apps, websites, and devices.

For macOS: policies for websites are not yet available, but they are coming soon.

  • In Data classification, you can:
    • Classify your data
    • Define what is considered sensitive in your company (e.g. personal information, credit card numbers, outputs of certain applications, etc.).
    • Use data classifications in policies to detect and secure files that contain the defined sensitive info.

For macOS: All Data classification features are supported on macOS as on Windows, with one exception - the App category element is not supported for macOS yet.

  • In Data destinations, you can:
    • Decide which data destinations (such as devices, websites, or email domains) are part of the safe company environment.
    • Apply different protection policies to destinations based on whether they are safe, untrusted, or unassigned.



In the MANAGEMENT section, you can manage your protected environment.

  • In Users, you can:
    • See an overview of your end users and divide them into teams.
    • Assign or remove licenses from users.
  • In Devices, you can:
    • Find an overview of devices used in your company.
    • See whether Safetica is running on all devices without trouble and delete those that are not used anymore.
    • Download Safetica installer.
  • In Scheduled reports, you can:
    • Regularly send insightful multi-page reports to your email.
    • The reports focus on data that leaves your company and the state of Safetica on your devices.
  • In Cloud services, you can:
    • Extend DLP protection from devices to the cloud to ensure that cloud-based data are accessed and shared securely.
    • Audit emails sent by your Microsoft 365 users.
    • Audit file activity in Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft OneDrive for Business, and Microsoft Teams.


    5. Settings

    In Settings, you can:

    • Set up general product-wide configurations.
    • Easily manage account permissions and server updates.
    • Check how many licenses you have available and when they expire.



    Read next:

    Safetica installation

    Features of Safetica for macOS

    How record filtering works

    Data classification in Safetica

    Policies: How they work in Saftica