The Attack Surface Overview dashboard provides a way
to get a clear attack surface overview, delivering 30-day views
of critical assets.
Attack Surface Overview
provides a way to get a clear attack surface overview, delivering
30-day views of critical assets. Dashboards are extremely helpful
in managing your attack surface. Specific uses of dashboards include:
Monitoring progress toward attack surface
annotation and enrichment
dashboard graphically displays trends in your
attack surface (services, domains, certificates, OnPrem IPs). Customers
use this information to track their remediation progress and efforts.
Such charts can also illuminate spikes in asset counts that warrant
Comparing across business units
dashboard reporting includes filters to isolate one business unit
from another. Managers can use filters to compare business unit
progress and reallocate resources as necessary.
Measuring team progress
SecOps teams can track asset exposure at a granular level to monitor
the team’s progress.
Reporting within the organization
Xpanse™ Expander customers use Cortex Xpanse Expander’s native reporting and
API interface to create actionable reports and visualizations for
other teams and executives, such as CISO, CIO, CEO, CDO, and CPO.
Teams typically include Incident Response (IR), Risk Management,
IT Operations, and Application Development. Reporting can be used
as “state of the network” reports, providing snapshots of counts
(at a given time) to help with security strategies and resource
planning. Reporting can also include results of Cortex Xpanse Expanse’s
asset audit, highlighting how many additional assets that Expanse
could identify for customers. An asset audit is essential to justify
the ROI of an engagement.