Infocyte Release Notes, August 2019: Dashboards
This post was last updated on September 19th, 2019 at 03:43 pm
As an incident responder, security analyst, and/or Infocyte partner delivering managed detection and response (MDR) services, you’re constantly tasked with deciding what to do right now. Additionally, you need to know how what you’re doing has impacted your environment(s) over time.
Infocyte’s newly released (and continuously evolving) dashboards will help cyber security teams answer two critical questions:
- What do I need to work on right now?
- How has my environment changed over time?
Our new dashboards feature greets the user with an overview of their environment as reported by Infocyte, and provides a weekly review of all environments that Infocyte has been deployed within. The visualized information highlights how many inspections were executed, how many new hosts were discovered and of those discovered, how many were unique.
The data continues to provide information to highlight the distribution of operating systems across the inspected environment; as well as, highlight what is newly discovered (New Alerts, New Hosts, New Admins and New Applications) since the previous week’s inspection. The Overview Dashboard begins to bring to light security team priorities by highlighting Threats, Risks, and Vulnerabilities discovered and provides trending information to show variances across the past six weeks worth of data.
Infocyte’s dashboard and visualizations are ever evolving and will continue to unveil security risks so that the end-user can understand where the risks identified, how they impact the end-user and how their risk score has evolved over time and in relation to the community average risk profile.
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