Helping you run your business safely & effectively
Cyberattacks are increasingly targeting organizations all over the world. Therefore, it is imperative that the people responsible for ensuring an organization’s security be completely aware of all types of performance indicators and metrics where attacks occur.
The major objective of Certstation is to monitor overall cyber-threat of your organization and provide you with a totally secure environment to help you run your businesses efficiently. We create a secure information security dashboard, allowing your businesses to run smoothly with advanced security data management. This helps your global users to easily meet their requirements when they visit your website. We are committed to providing secure information security dashboard metrics to your companies by setting some specific goals and certain parameters to help you preempt unexpected cyber-attacks. The main goal of the internet security dashboard is to assess the information security threats that can be countered in the future. The dashboard provides the complete count of the threats, average threats encountered per day, the threats affected by class and sub-class, and the threats over the long term.
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Monitoring performance metrics
Information security metrics dashboard keeps a vigilant eye on entire information security efforts and all sorts of performance indicators and metrics that demonstrate the security of the data. Cyber security executive dashboard is the key to the security, showcasing everything you need to know about the security posture and planning the precise strategies and tactics to protect from multiple threats. An IT security dashboard should comprise the following for a specific time period: a demonstration of events and occurrences that have happened; a track record of authentication faults; a demonstration of scans, researches and unauthorized approach, and an indication if those major actions are increased, decreased or remained the same; brute force threats opposed to the system and non-compliant appliances; policy breaches; malware and phishing events.