Working with a pentest management platform means you use standardization to enable automation. That’s the same with any cloud platform, from simple Kanban boards like Trello to advanced enterprise resource management like SAP S/4HANA. Having uniform titles, data fields, and steps means you can automate and replicate processes, pull data from standardized sections, and merge data based on headers. That’s how Cyver Core is able to replicate pentest projects at the click of a button, dynamically update vulnerability data in reports, and merge your findings uploads with your vulnerability library.
At the same time, you still want to have the flexibility to search, categorize, and identify your data. That’s why Cyver Core uses labels across most types of digital resources on the platform.
- Report labels
- Insights labels
- Assets labels
- Vulnerability Finding labels
- Project labels
Each label is:
- Visually tagged
These allow you to very flexibly sort and categorize your projects and data inside the Cyver Core platform, without customizing the platform or removing standardization.
So, for Client Assets, you can use labels to assign categorization such as whether or not you’ve run a pentest on it, what type of compliance requirements it has, what data you have on it, or whether you should be pentesting the full asset or identifying a specific target under that URL, etc.
For pentest reports, you can use labels to categorize types of reports, such as by compliance type, by customer, etc. And, for vulnerabilities and insights, those possibilities extend even further, to enabling easier search and management for your vulnerability library.
If you’d like to learn more, or see them in action, request a demo.