Learn about the views and widgets available on the Risk Overview tab.

The Risk Index is the risk score for your organization derived from a comprehensive assessment of a variety of risk categories and factors. The all-encompassing index incorporates risk events from the attack, exposure, and security configuration categories, which consist of vulnerabilities, potential attack vectors, misconfigurations, abnormal activities, and more. Risk events impact a wide range of assets, including users, devices, applications, publicly accessible domains and IP addresses, and cloud-based assets. Taking remediation steps and implementing preventive measures lower your organization's Risk Index over time.
Attack Surface Risk Management uses more than 1,000 distinct risk events to comprehensively evaluate your organization's risk landscape from multiple perspectives. The risk events are systematically arranged into a catalog of three categories consisting of multiple risk factors. The catalog serves not only as a logical hierarchical structure for organizing risk events, but also as a computational guideline for determining your organization's overall Risk Index.
For more in-depth information about the Risk Index, see the More than a Number: Your Risk Score Explained white paper.
The Risk Index is calculated using all data received from your business without applying asset visibility scope limits.
Click Risk Event Overview to see a list of risk factors that contribute to your organization's Risk Index. Only the risk events and assets that most affect the Risk Index are included in the evaluation.
Select a view to display widgets containing data for a specific asset type.
Available views in Risk Overview: