Do you have a clear understanding of your remediation progress on a regular basis?
Where many tools simply display results from vulnerability scans, Prism Platform’s new Remediator Dashboard makes it effortless to continuously track remediation.
Users are served key insights into their remediation activity, which are automatically generated by the dashboard with no set-up required.
At a glance, users can see summaries of their team’s progress for given periods of time, ranging from the past 7 days to 12 months.
The dashboard tracks the following metrics, which are shown for the time period selected by the user:
- Open Issues: How many open issues are detected and found
- Closed Exploitable Issues: How many exploitable issues have been closed
- Remediated Issues: How many issues have been remediated
- Dynamically Remediated: How many issues have been closed on a user’s behalf by Prism’s Dynamic Remediation
- Accept Risk: How many issues have been set to ‘accepted risk’
- False Positives: How many issues have been marked as ‘false positive’
- Issue Comments: How many comments have been made in the system
- Closed Vulnerability Age: How old were the issues that have been remediated
- Closed Jira Issues: How many issues have been closed via Jira
- Closed ServiceNow Issues: How many issues have been closed via ServiceNow
- Personnel Performance: Displays the productivity of teams and individuals
Tracking remediation is notoriously challenging for organizations, especially for teams who rely on static spreadsheets or the intermittent delivery of scanning results.
Prism’s Remediator Dashboard completely transforms remediation tracking by making the process dynamic, insightful, and continuous.
The dashboard also gives users greater context of their team’s remediation activity. For example, tracking the number of comments provides clarity on periods of time when little remediation has been delivered, but colleagues have been collaborating to achieve a fix.
Additionally, the dashboard empowers users to report quickly and efficiently on remediation. This makes it easy to demonstrate the success of remediation to the wider organization, such as return-on-investment. It also aids IT security leaders in evaluating where improvements may be needed.
Jon Bellard, Prism’s Product Manager, said: “Prism’s Remediator Dashboard is one of our most important features yet. Users no longer have to wait for their next testing results to assess remediation progress – they can ask questions of their vulnerability data as and when they please. This makes it even easier than before to keep on top of and report on remediation.”
Prism’s Remediator Dashboard will launch on Thursday, 13th October as part of version 2.6.
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