How does the new unified risk score work?

Growing attack surface

As the attack surface has been growing with a larger number of attack vectors, a major challenge for many organizations is to understand how to prioritize vulnerabilities throughout different products and sources. Often these products and platforms are silos, not communicating with each other.

Unified risk score helps prioritize more efficient

Unified risk score provides a new powerful risk score method, between 0–100, on top of the traditional CVSS score and its severity levels (low, medium, high, and critical).

This helps prioritize vulnerabilities more efficiently throughout all systems, like systems, computers, and cloud platforms - and most, including the users.   

Improved threat intelligence

The unified risk, not only combines vulnerabilities from different sources but also takes more properties and threat intelligence into account, such as:

  • Exloits
  • Ransomware
  • Publically facing
  • Number of assets impacted

Unification roadmap

The roadmap for making Security Center completely unified can be found here:

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