|Applies to Product:||USM Appliance™||AlienVault OSSIM®|
Each correlation directive has the following global properties
A unique identifier for the directive. It becomes the Event Type ID when a directive event is created.
Note: The ID of a directive is not displayed in the web interface.
|Name||A meaningful name for the directive. It becomes the name of the directive event or the alarm.|
|Intent, Strategy, Method||Describe what the correlation directive tries to detect. These properties help categorize directive events according to the AlienVault USM Appliance Taxonomy.|
|Priority||Defines the impact of the detected attack. USM Appliance uses it in the risk calculation of a directive event. All events generated by the directive have their priority set to the priority value of the directive.|
The following screen shot gives you an example of the global properties of a directive: