One software (to rule them all) ⮝
Cybersecurity is important. But it's also HUGE.
We quickly felt like one solution wouldn't be enough. In order to precisely fit to the needs of analysts and CISOs, but also and mostly in order to keep the software simple, effective and attractive
enough, we bet on transversality
As we wanted to display every part of a singular asset, we needed common ground rules for organisation and specific ones for consultation
. We therefore created several distinguishable modes
with a common grammar
to keep user's habits but each of them benefits of a different color context
DYNAMIC FILTERING ⮝
To go deeper into analysis and bring into light assets with anomalies, modes intersect with a dynamic filtering system
designed to cover all domains and allow the total transversality.
By containing a whole list of criterias in every domain
, you can isolate a selection of assets
meeting your specifications and even save them as a preset
for further consultation.
Once the user have set the perfect filters arrangement, the assets will appear sorted and the unconcerned assets will be diminished to increase the clarity of the visualisation
With the concerned assets, it is easy to switch between modes
and see the same configuration under different angles
to try and isolate the assets having troubles on other alertness levels.
Users can also save and share presets so standardization
within and maybe across companies may be possible.
Contextual UI ⮝
changing according with context allow us to display maximum information
on networks' zones and assets in less than 2 clicks.
We summed up overall information in panels with some graphic elements
like pie graphs and assets repartition bar diagrams. The panels allowed us to give access to data tables
with a pop-up link but we also worked on relevant interactive tops & flops
, opening quick access possibilities and one-asset-only isolation.
Even more information
can be provided with a click on a dome itself as a way to have more details about its content. It also allows the user to compare several domes to facilitate decision making and prioritization
Reading levels ⮝
Maximizing the variety and the nature of feedbacks by color-coding and layering
really helped us multiplying the presence of various information
over all dimensions and on different depth levels.
But a bunch of colors and pin notifications can't resume everything I designed.
Timeline prototypes, animated mock-ups, basis for a research subject about threats treatment prioritization, documentation, coordination & testing...
I thank the production team at OverSOC for their trust and support, and the great work we have done together.
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