Introduction to Value-Oriented Dashboards
Lucidum includes a feature called Dashboards. Dashboards allows you to view and create dashboards.
Lucidum also includes pre-built dashboards, called Value-Oriented Dashboards or VODs.
Value-Oriented Dashboards display common use cases, such as asset inventory, risk overview, endpoint management, and more.
Some of the Value-Oriented Dashboards might immediately suit your needs and will not require editing. Other Value-Oriented Dashboards might require editing for your environment. You can use the Value-Oriented Dashboards as templates to create dashboards that are customized to your environment.
Connectors enable Lucidum to ingest data from your environment and discover, identify, and classify assets, data, and users.
Lucidum includes pre-built connectors for the most commonly used solutions for security, vulnerability scanning, cloud, data warehouse, identity management, logs, network, endpoint management, IP management, file sharing, and devops.
To configure a connector, you provide credentials that allow Lucidum secure, read-only access to a deployed solution. Lucidum then makes read-only API calls to ingest data from the solution.
The current list of Connectors reflects all the Connectors currently in production at customer sites. With over 300 connectors, we’re sure we have yours. And if we don’t have your connector, we guarantee a 2-day turnaround for new connectors.
For details on configuring connectors, see the manual on Connectors.
List of Value-Oriented Dashboards
The following sections describe all the Value-Oriented Dashboards.
Multi-Cloud Consolidated Compute. This dashboard displays information about the compute resources in all the clouds in your environment. Compute resources are those resources that include CPU and memory and usually run software.
Multi-Cloud Individual Compute. This dashboard displays information about the compute resources in each cloud in your environment. Compute resources are those resources that include CPU and memory and usually run software.
Multi-Cloud Public Cloud Object Stores. This dashboard includes information about all storage resources in all the clouds in your environment.
Multi-Cloud Idle Instance Spend. This dashboard displays information about idle cloud instances and the cost of those idle cloud instances.
Cloud Tagging Enforcement. Tagging is the process of using a consistent, descriptive naming strategy for cloud instances. This dashboard displays instances that are not properly tagged and provides statistics about the tags in use.
Endpoint Management. This dashboard displays information about assets that are not running an endpoint agent.
Unauth User Accounts. This dashboard displays information about users, their authentication status, and their access.
Asset Inventory. This dashboard displays information about assets including data sources, risk level, critical vulnerabilities, location, type, operating systems, ISPs, CVEs, and users.
Asset Overview w/Users. This dashboard displays details about assets including asset types, servers, VMs, workstations, mobile devices, containers, microservices, and information about users for those assets.
Change Tracking. This dashboard displays information about assets and users over time.
Users & Assets. This dashboard displays information about assets, asset types, and the associated users.
Security & IT Ops
Certificate Summary. This dashboard displays information about SSL certificates, including information about the key algorithms, expiry dates, CA, and certificate versions.
EOL Operating Systems. This dashboard provides information about operating systems and operating system versions, including EOL operating systems.
Risk Overview. This dashboard displays information about the assets in the environment and their risk levels.
Assets /w the Most Exploited CVEs. This dashboard displays information about assets with CVEs.