Quantify Insights are available to customers who have purchased Risk Cloud Quantify Premium. This article will walk you through how to create insights with the analyses you perform in Risk Cloud Quantify.
Accessing Quantify Insights
To access Quantify Insights, navigate to Reports and choose Quantify Insights in the dropdown menu. This option will be available to users who have Roles in Risk Cloud with both Quantify and Reporting entitlements.
Here, you will see a list of Insights you have created and will be able to create new Insights.
Create an Insight
Upon clicking "Create Insight" you will be routed to the Insight Creation Wizard. On Step 1, you will choose the type of Insight you would like to create.
The first type of Insight available is Compare Analyses. This will allow you to compare your loss exposure across multiple analyses.
1. To begin, you must select your "Analysis Workflow" and any other Workflows containing identifying information about the analyses you would like to compare.
2. Once you've chosen your Workflows for analysis, use the "Field columns" search bar to select the specific Fields you would like to compare from each Workflow.
3. Select up to 10 analysis records to compare.
4. Generate your Insight once you have chosen all the analysis records you want to compare.
5. Review your Insight!
Here, you can view a Loss Exceedance Curve with each selected analysis in the report. You can also view a data breakdown that includes values for Loss Exposure Minimum, Average, Median, Most Likely, and Maximum to compare the quantitative results of your selected analysis records.
The second Insight available is Aggregation. This will allow you to understand your holistic loss exposure across multiple analyses. Examples could be for all analyses tied to a particular business unit, asset or threat.
1. To begin, you must select your "Analysis Workflow" and any other Workflows containing identifying information about the analyses you would like to aggregate. By default, the Analysis Name and Most Likely Loss Exposure fields will be included, but you can add additional fields with relevant information as well.
2. Once you have added the fields you would like included, you will see them populate the table. You can then search or filter on these fields to identify the scope of your aggregation. You can select individual analyses or opt to use the "select all" checkbox to choose all applicable analyses.
3. Once you click "Aggregate Analyses", the tool will perform a monte carlo simulation across all selected analyses. Upon completion, your results will include an aggregate Loss Exceedance Curve as well as a Data Breakdown.
You may also choose to give your Aggregation a name and description so that you can reference it again in the future.
If you are new to Risk Cloud Quanitfy, please view Get Started with Risk Cloud Quantify to learn more!