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Jan 18, 2012
Ed Bellis
Chief Technology Officer, Co-founder

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Just a quick post to give you an update on one of our newest features. A few months back we wrote about custom fields in Risk I/O and how to add your own data and metadata to your vulnerabilities and assets. Today I’m writing about taking this customization to the next step.

We recognize different people within your company are going to need to see different views of your data, so why not give them what they need? With our latest release of Risk I/O vulnerability management not only can you create custom attributes and meta data, but also create completely custom views of this data within the interface and reports. By simply checking a box, you can choose what data is displayed and what data is hidden within your vulnerabilities.

Combine these custom data views with your custom attributes, asset tags, and our faceted search and you have a very personalized and dynamic view into your security data.

For our current customers, check out this new capability within the vulnerabilities tab. Don’t have an account? Sign up for a free version!

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