Mobile Devices, USB Devices & Wireless

Vulnerability Top Ten

by David Schwalenberg
January 29, 2014

Vulnerability Top Ten Dashboard Screenshot
This dashboard displays multiple top 10 lists related to network vulnerabilities.

MDM Discovered Dashboard

by Cody Dumont
October 1, 2013

MDM Discovered Dashboard Screenshot
This dashboard provides a series of indicator components that show the discovered dates for devices in the mobile repositories. Nessus and SecurityCenter support scanning mobile devices using MDM solutions. The supported MDM solutions are currently Apple Profile Manager, Microsoft ActiveSync, and Good for Enterprise.

Mobile Device Vulnerability

by Cody Dumont
September 26, 2013

Mobile Device Vulnerability Screenshot
This dashboard provides an executive summary of the current Mobile Device Management (MDM) status. The dashboard was created using the new features within SecurityCenter 4.7 and the features within Nessus to collect mobile data from the MDM solution.

Tracking Device Types by Network

by Ron Gula
September 20, 2013

Nessus's operating system identification process generically identifies the type of device being scanned. This data can be used to create dashboards and trends of various device types for your network. 

Windows SSID Monitoring

by Dave Breslin
April 1, 2013

This dashboard provides a summary of Windows hosts that have active wireless network connections.

Nessus plugin ID 25197 results are used to populate the dashboard components. The plugin reports the SSID and network card being used for an active wireless network connection. Plugin 25197 is a Nessus credentialed check. It does not require an agent to be deployed on Windows hosts to execute successfully.

USB "First Use" Reporting By Year

by Ron Gula
June 11, 2011

USB-age

This dashboard leverages the first used USB record on Windows systems to graph out the "age" of USB devices per asset. 

USB Device Type Reporting

by Ron Gula
June 11, 2011

USB-Type-Usage

This dashboard identifies various types of USB devices installed on different LANs.

Detecting New Hardware by Ethernet Address

by Ron Gula
June 1, 2011

NewMacAddresses

Ethernet addresses are used in mobile devices, network nodes, routers and just about anything that communicates on a network. Automatic recognition of new Ethernet addresses can be used to identify new hardware and network changes. 

Android Devices and Vulnerabilities

by Ron Gula
May 31, 2011

Android-security

This dashboard shows how many Android devices are connected to the network and how many client-side vulnerabilities are associated with these devices. 

USB Usage Tracking

by Ron Gula
May 31, 2011

USB_Reporting

This dashboard shows which assets have had USB devices connected to them at one point and also trends inserts and removals over the past 25 days. 

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