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This article is guideline of how to generate a visual representation of a given dataset and use in the evaluation of known security vulnerabilities. Although this example is based on the output of an automated vulnerability scanner (Nessus), the suggested information visualisation process can be applied to generate any kind of visualisation. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Visualisation in vulnerability management
- Basic graph design principles
- Interpret and decide
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