When we talk about emerging technologies and digitization, we often forget that while innovators are working to bring the best solutions to market, cybersecurity gurus are concurrently working to identify loopholes and vulnerabilities in these new systems. Gone are the days when cyber attacks were monthly news; instead, they happen almost daily.
Datadog dashboards provide a unified view of your application, infrastructure, and business data, giving stakeholders the context they need to make decisions. Sharing dashboards publicly is useful when you want to make them easily accessible to a large audience. But oftentimes, your dashboards include sensitive information, which is why you need finer-grained controls over the data you share—and who you share it with.
For the longest time, or as far as I can remember, the holy grail of all networking platforms has been the need for a single pane of glass, that single source of all information that you would need to be most effective. So, what is a single pane of glass?
Today, ZeroNorth introduces its new defect density dashboard to help security leaders engage with development leaders more effectively through a common framework that aligns software vulnerabilities with software quality. I will get to what this means in a second, but first, let’s start with a brief explanation of what defect density is. Defect density is a standard industry metric that measures the number of defects confirmed per 1000 lines of software code.