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Environment Data Model

The Environment data model represents the business environment that an asset is found on. It extends the One to many cluster model data model.

The following table details the default attributes of the Environment data model:

OrderAttribute NameAttribute TypeRelationship TypeRequired
1displayNameCalculated (Text)N/AYes
2baseRiskScoreCalculated (Number)N/ANo
3riskFactorOffsetCalculated (Number)N/ANo
4riskScoreCalculated (Number)N/ANo
5riskRatingCalculated (Single Choice)N/ANo
6openFindingCountCalculated (Number)N/ANo
7numberOutofComplianceCalculated (Number)N/ANo
8complianceStatusCalculated (Single Choice)N/ANo
9riskScoringModelRisk Scoring ModelN/ANo
10uidUnique IdentifierN/AYes
11nameTextN/AYes
12activeTrue FalseN/AYes
13descriptionText AreaN/ANo
14conditionsCluster conditionsN/ANo
15totalCalculated (Number)N/ANo
16defaultClusterTrue FalseN/ANo
17flowStateTextN/ANo
18sourcesReference (Base model)SOURCED_FROMNo
19dateCreatedDate TimeN/ANo
20lastUpdatedDate TimeN/ANo
21createdByTextN/ANo
22updatedByTextN/ANo
FOOTNOTES
  • The Order column specifies the order of attributes being calculated in data computation.
  • The attribute names are used in Brinqa Query Language (BQL) queries and Brinqa Condition Language (BCL) predicates.
  • In the Type column, Calculated means that the value of the attribute is computed by executing a script. The text in the parentheses after Calculated denotes the type of the outcome.
  • In the Type column, Reference means that two data models are related. The name in the parentheses after Reference indicates the other data model.
  • The Relationship Type column only applies to the Reference type attributes. You can use the relationship type keyword in BQL queries.