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Discover Endor Labs reporting dashboards.

Dashboards offer a concise and visual way to monitor the security posture of the projects in your organization. They are interactive and help you visualize how you use your projects, packages, and dependencies.

Dashboards provide the following capabilities to monitor potential threats:

  • Gain real-time insights across your code inventory through a range of system widgets that display information in the form of bar graphs.

  • Aggregate and analyze findings, vulnerabilities, and dependencies using visual metrics for a clearer understanding.

  • Monitor most used or least used dependencies through real-time visibility and updates

Endor Labs comes with several out-of-the-box widgets to enable teams to understand potential risks and take preventive measures.

Widgets in the Endor Labs dashboard consolidate related data of one type and provide valuable information.

Inventory and risk metrics

Displays information on:

  • Total number of projects
  • Total number of packages
  • Total number of dependencies
  • total number of vulnerabilities found across all supported ecosystems
  • Total number of vulnerabilities where the associated function is unreachable across all supported ecosystems

Top projects metrics

View project data by all findings, all vulnerabilities, reachable vulnerabilities, outdated dependencies, and unmaintained dependencies. You can identify the numbers for critical, high, medium, and low risk severity findings.

Top packages metrics

View package data by all findings, all vulnerabilities, reachable vulnerabilities, outdated dependencies, and unmaintained dependencies. You can identify the numbers for critical, high, medium, and low risk severity findings.

Top dependencies metrics

View dependency data by all findings, all vulnerabilities, and reachable vulnerabilities. You can identify the numbers for critical, high, medium, and low risk severity findings.

Most Frequently used dependencies metrics

The most frequently used dependencies widget shows the dependencies that are most and least frequently used by the number of dependent package versions.

You can toggle between Most Used and Least Used to select the most and least frequently used dependencies across your projects.