The Security snapshot for Security Manager Plus captures the following information:
Most Vulnerable Assets
Most Vulnerable Asset Groups
Prevalent Vulnerabilities in the Network
Latest Vulnerabilities from our vulnerability database
From the snapshot, you can further drill-down to other important views and get detailed information.
A list of most vulnerable assets and the risk levels they are at, is displayed in this section. The risk levels are calculated based on the severity of the vulnerabilities found based on the latest scan done on the assets, with an asset having the maximum number of high risk vulnerabilities being at the highest risk. The risk level is denoted by an increasing progress bar image.
From here, you can drill-down to the Scan Details or Asset Details by clicking on the Asset Name. For viewing other most vulnerable assets, you can click on the 'more' button at the bottom of this section.
This section presents a list of most vulnerable asset groups with the risk levels alongside each asset group name. The risk level for the group is calculated based on the risk levels of all the systems present in each group. So a group having many assets that are at high risk, will obviously show up as one of the most vulnerable Asset group here.
You can drill-down to Group Details by clicking on the name of the group.
A snapshot view of the most wide-spread vulnerabilities in your systems in the network based on the vulnerability scans performed so far, along with the risk severity.
By clicking on the vulnerability name from here, leads to a view which displays :
the hosts affected by this vulnerability
the complete details of the vulnerability along with the remediation solution to fix the vulnerability
A list of the latest vulnerabilities that have been updated in our central repository server recently and available in your Security Manager Plus Vulnerability Knowledge Base. Drilling-down by clicking on a vulnerability link from this section will lead to a view which displays affected hosts & vulnerability details with a remediation solution.
Vulnerability Database Up-to-date indication
You will need to update the vulnerability database periodically to be in sync with the latest vulnerabilities that we assess and release in our Central Repository Server. The status indicator icon here & a message in this section, will help indicate whether an update of the Security Manager Vulnerability Database needs to be done. You can do an instant update or schedule an update from here itself.