Security Breakdown of App

Zluri also provides the feature of providing detailed security and compliance information for individual apps. To do so, you can click the app name under the Critical Apps list. This will redirect you to the individual app page under the Applications module.




Once the page opens, click on the Security & Compliance tab. This will take you to the Security & Compliance overview page, where you can view the detailed risk information about the application.




Note: You can access the same app directly from the Applications module by clicking on the app name under the applications menu and selecting the Security & Compliance tab.


On the overview page, you can view the following details about the security and compliance of the app:


Status: Displays the overall risk status of the app as one of High, Medium or Low. Can also be used to reset risk status.


Risk: Displays the current risk level of the app on a scale of 1 to 5. (Low To High Risk)


Threat: Displays the current threat level of the app on a scale of 1 to 5. (Low To High Risk)


Compliance: Shows which security & compliance standards the app is associated with it. Ex: GDPR



Events: This can be found on the right-hand side of the overview page as the first of 4 tabs. It lists any recent events associated with the app’s risk or threat levels and all relevant information.


Data Shared: This shows the current threat-based information associated with the app. For ex: When a user assigns a scope to the app to View and modify but not delete your email.




Security grade: This is the final security rating assigned to the app on a score of 100. The assessment for the same is done based on several security factors. To view the detailed information on the same or to rescan the security assessment for a newer score, click on the Security Probes tab.


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Security Breakdown of App

Modified on Sat, 31 Dec 2022 at 01:32 AM

Zluri also provides the feature of providing detailed security and compliance information for individual apps. To do so, you can click the app name under the Critical Apps list. This will redirect you to the individual app page under the Applications module.




Once the page opens, click on the Security & Compliance tab. This will take you to the Security & Compliance overview page, where you can view the detailed risk information about the application.




Note: You can access the same app directly from the Applications module by clicking on the app name under the applications menu and selecting the Security & Compliance tab.


On the overview page, you can view the following details about the security and compliance of the app:


Status: Displays the overall risk status of the app as one of High, Medium or Low. Can also be used to reset risk status.


Risk: Displays the current risk level of the app on a scale of 1 to 5. (Low To High Risk)


Threat: Displays the current threat level of the app on a scale of 1 to 5. (Low To High Risk)


Compliance: Shows which security & compliance standards the app is associated with it. Ex: GDPR



Events: This can be found on the right-hand side of the overview page as the first of 4 tabs. It lists any recent events associated with the app’s risk or threat levels and all relevant information.


Data Shared: This shows the current threat-based information associated with the app. For ex: When a user assigns a scope to the app to View and modify but not delete your email.




Security grade: This is the final security rating assigned to the app on a score of 100. The assessment for the same is done based on several security factors. To view the detailed information on the same or to rescan the security assessment for a newer score, click on the Security Probes tab.


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