Small tip: the IPS Protections page, where you can disable individual protections, by default only shows you profiles which are in use by your threat prevention policy. So if you ever created a bunch of profiles but never really used them, they will not be displayed in the IPS Protections view by default, to save you some screen real estate. But you can change it though.
If these are the profiles which I use in my policy:
Then these are the columns that I will see in the IPS Protections page:
(By the way, I haven't updated IPS lately. We now have over 8,600 protections)
You can change the columns here: