SecurityCenter Report Templates

Desktop Application Vulnerability Report

by Josef Weiss
June 11, 2013

This report enumerates known Desktop Application Vulnerabilities, such as Cisco Access Server, Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection, and Oracle Enterprise. The report displays information for enforcing and verifying IT management policies relating to assets, such as vulnerability, configuration and remediation policies.

SecurityCenter (via PVS, LCE, and Nessus) collects information about installed products, identifies those products using standardized industry methods, and presents that information via this report.

Media Player Vulnerability Report

by Josef Weiss
June 7, 2013

This report enumerates known Media Player Vulnerabilities, such as Apple iTunes, Cisco Video Surveillance, and Adobe Media Player. The report displays information for enforcing and verifying IT management policies relating to assets, such as vulnerability, configuration and remediation policies.

SecurityCenter (via PVS, LCE, and Nessus) collects information about installed products, identifies those products using standardized industry methods, and presents that information via this report.

Apache Vulnerability Report

by Josef Weiss
June 7, 2013

This report enumerates known Apache Vulnerabilities, such as PHP, Web Development, and Collaboration. The report displays information for enforcing and verifying IT management policies relating to assets, such as vulnerability, configuration and remediation policies.

SecurityCenter (via PVS, LCE, and Nessus) collects information about installed products, identifies those products using standardized industry methods, and presents that information via this report.

Apple Vulnerability Report

by Josef Weiss
June 7, 2013

This report enumerates known Apple Vulnerabilities, such as Desktop Applications, Operating System, and Hardware. The report displays information for enforcing and verifying IT management policies relating to assets, such as vulnerability, configuration and remediation policies.

SecurityCenter (via PVS, LCE, and Nessus) collects information about installed products, identifies those products using standardized industry methods, and presents that information via this report.

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