Dashboard

The Zercurity dashboard is your first point-of-call to get an overview of potential risks or non-complying Assets deployed within your environment.

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Asset Risk Health

Once you’ve enrolled your first asset (Getting Started) Zercurity will start to conduct a risk assessment of the asset. A risk assessment is made up of all the underlying components. All these components are scored from 0 to 100. 100 being at extreme risk of compromise.

Open issues

If and when Zercurity finds an issue with an asset or event and issue will be raised detailing the affected components.

  • CRITICAL Issues contain components with a score of 90 or more.

  • HIGH Issues contain components with a score of 75 or more.

  • MEDIUM Issues contain components with a score of 45 or more.

  • LOW Issues contain components with a score of 20 or more.

  • BACKLOG Issues contain components with a score of 0 or more.

Enrollment Coverage

Is a percentage of the number of enrollable assets that Zercurity has detected across your network. See Discovered assets for more information

Security Posture

A breakdown of the current areas of risk regarding any and all compliance namespaces configured. See Compliance frameworks for more information.

Application Risk Health

Applications are binaries found across your assets. Zercurity will automatically identify applications that are at risk.

  • CRITICAL Applications with a score of 90 or more. These applications are typically either malicious or at a severe risk of compromise.

  • HIGH Applications with a score of 75 or more. Applications that are typically either adware or at high risk of compromise.

  • MEDIUM Applications with a score of 45 or more. Typically applications that are vulnerable to compromise.

  • LOW Applications with a score of 20 or more. Typically out-dated or vulnerable applications.

  • NONE Applications with a score of 0.

Package Risk Health

Packages are usually installed programs or a collection of binaries (applications). On Windows Packages are installed programs. Linux packages are RPMs or DEBs and on Mac OSX packages are Apps.

  • CRITICAL Packages with a score of 90 or more. These packages are typically either malicious or at a severe risk of compromise.

  • HIGH Packages with a score of 75 or more. Packages that are typically either adware or at high risk of compromise.

  • MEDIUM Packages with a score of 45 or more. Typically packages that are vulnerable to compromise.

  • LOW Packages with a score of 20 or more. Typically out-dated or vulnerable packages.

  • NONE Packages with a score of 0.

Users/Teams

Shows the number of users and teams.

Certificate Risk Health

Zercurity tracks Application, browser and PKI certificates to alert you to revoked or expired certificates.