Compliance Report Email


This page is about the compliance report, where you receive a daily or weekly email summary listing the overall compliance state for an environment. If you’re looking for an email alert whenever Fugue detects compliance changes in an environment, see Email Notifications.

If you’re looking for a way to export compliance data in a CSV or Excel file, see Export Data.

Compliance reports allow you to view the compliance state of your environment without having to log into Fugue. You can also send the email to other individuals, which allows you to demonstrate your compliance to executives or auditors. The compliance reports can be sent weekly or daily and they contain:

  • Executive summary

  • Compliance failures by resource type

  • Compliance failures by control


Setting up the Compliance Report Email

You can set up notifications from the Environment Settings page. There are two ways to access it:

  • From the target environment page: Select the Actions button in the top right of the environment page and click the cog Edit Environment link.

  • Or, from the All Environments landing page: Select the ellipsis next to the target environment and click Edit Environment Settings.


Once you’ve accessed the Edit Environment settings page, take the following steps:

1. Select the Reports tab, as shown below.


2. Check the Enable Compliance Report Emails checkbox.

3. In the Recipient Emails field, enter the email address(es) to which you want to send the report. Press the Tab key to add additional email addresses if needed and press Delete to delete an address.

4. From the Report Frequency drop-down, select Daily or Weekly.


The email is sent weekly on Monday morning EST or daily in the morning EST.

5. Check the Send the Report Now? checkbox if you want the report to be sent out right after saving your changes. This allows you to view the compliance report email right away and not wait for the weekly or daily cadence.

6. Click the Save Changes button.

Compliance report emails are set per environment, allowing you to configure different settings for different environments.