Dashboard Toolbox - AssetView: CVEs Per Year (v1.0)

Document created by Felix Jimenez Employee on Mar 1, 2019Last modified by Felix Jimenez Employee on May 31, 2019
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This AssetView Dashboard will enable you to get a clear insight on your TOP 10 most proliferated Vulnerability CVEs which will allow any security professional to be more pro-active when conducting remediation based on CVEs. Get a quick, easy glance to Key Performance Indicators (KPI) by having the ability to view the count of assets affected by CVEs from that given year.

 

The JSON file for this pre-built dashboard can be found in the attachment section at the end of this article. You may download & import it into Qualys AssetView (note: see warning below) in your Qualys subscription.

 

Dashboard Demonstration Images:

 

 

Requirements

This widget requires a paid or trial subscription of Qualys Threat Protection.

ALL - CVES - EASY Exploit Available

 

How to Enable Trending on the widgets:

Open the desired widget in edit mode and select the "Collect trend data" check box.

 

 

 

Resources

Qualys - Training Videos:

Self-Paced Class: AssetView and Threat Protection

Qualys Training

AssetView Dashboards

 

Documentation:

Documentation

Online help: Apply Tags to Organize Your Assets

Release Notes

Resources page

 

Related community post:

 

External References:

 

Additional AssetView Dashboards: #performance_mgmt

Dashboard Toolbox - Asset View: How To - Import a Dashboard json

Dashboard Toolbox - AssetView: Performance Management (v1.1)

Dashboard Toolbox - AssetView: Host Scan Time Management (v1.1)

Dashboard Toolbox - AssetView: Scanning Activity Management (v1.0)

Dashboard Toolbox - AssetView: Open Ports Management & RTI (v1.0)

Dashboard Toolbox - AssetView: Windows Authentication Management (v1.4)

 

 

WARNING: Read Before Downloading

Dashboard and Widget JSON files are not interchangeable between application dashboards. AssetView JSON files may only be used in AssetView and Vulnerability Management JSON files may only be used in Vulnerability Management. If you make a mistake and import a JSON file from one application into the other, you must contact Qualys Support to have the error corrected in the database for your subscription. Again, there is no way to reverse this mistake within the UI, it must be done in the database.

 

Credits

fjimenez This page contains information to create a Scorecard dashboard leveraging data in your Qualys Vulnerability Management subscription. This dashboard is part of AssetView Dashboard Program. If you have any questions regarding the content, please comment below or Contact Support - Technical Assistance Inquiry Form | Qualys, Inc.

 

Dashboard Collaborators:

aaanr_bc1

fjimenez

 

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