We’re happy to announce the release of the new Vulcan Analytics, introducing new capabilities and meaningful reports.

New Capabilities

We’ve reshaped the existing Analytics and added new KPIs, visibilities, reports drill-down, and more.

  • New KPIs: In addition to the existing KPIs, you now have MTTR (Mean Time to Remediation) KPI, new Remediation Performance KPIs, SLA Tracking KPIs, and more.

  • New trends: New available trends offering visibility into Business Groups ranking, remediation performance per business group, campaign coverage, remediation workload, risk heatmap of the CVSS ingestion process, and more.

  • Reports drill-down: Drill down and up to review the lowest and highest level of data and export reports.

  • Data comparison over time: 14-90 days of data comparison to monitor current status compared to earlier time periods.

  • Self-Service Analytics: Build customized reports based on existing widgets. We also invite you to request new widgets to provide the insights your teams need.

New in Reports

Here is what’s new and the tweaks we’ve made in the Vulcan reports.

  • Security Posture Rating: Reflects your organization’s attack surface and cyber risk, analyzing the security posture rating progress over time.

  • SLA Tracking: Tracks the progress of assets’ SLA compliance and SLA-breaching vulnerabilities in the security operations.

  • Remediation Performance: Presents remediation KPIs, such as MTTR (Mean Time to Remediation), Avg daily remediation/introduced, and campaign coverage, generating a picture of remediation workload capacity.

  • Threat Intelligence: Compares your CVEs’ risk score to CVSS3, analyzes which CVEs have the most vulnerabilities, and checks the status of your business groups.

  • Scan Coverage: Follows the coverage of certain business groups in your inventory and the percentage of unscanned assets over time.

  • Campaign Coverage

Start with going over the basics we prepared for you in this Vulcan Analytics article and then move forward to explore the rest of the Analytics documentation to explore each and every report type.

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