Skopos offers different views on your organisation. You can select a different view via the lower bar under the 'Dashboard' tab. The key objective for Skopos is to communicate risks that are easy to understand. If you have any questions, just let us know.

The views are

  • Home - key metrics to report to management
  • Employee Overview - all risks related to employees
  • Websites and Servers - insight in all risks concerning websites, webapplications and server
  • Vulnerabilities Advice - a prioritized list of all applications found in your organisation and insights on how to mitigate the risk

Employee view

After each logon to Skopos the first view is the Employee dashboard. It looks more or less like this:


The dashboard is split in three main components, let's have a look.

First you can see how many employees are active (10) versus how many are registered (13). Each employee can have multiple devices, like laptops and smartphones.
The centre widget shows locations of employees, this can also be changed to for example only deviations, depending on HR policies. Key value here is to be alerted when an employees logs on from an unexpected country.

The last widget indicates users that have been inactive and systems that have not shared their status. These need to be contacted at some point.


This is about technology.

This component covers three widgets. 

First, what is my overall workstation risk (31.48%) and how is it developing over time. In our case its increasing as you can see in the dark green color.

The centre piece here shows all devices, laptops and workstations, that are connected. Each device is related to an employee and has an operating system (e.g. Windows or Android) and a risk score. The risk score can rank from 0 (very low risk of exploitation by a hacker or malware to 100 (very high risk of exploitation). 

You can hover over a work station owner to see historical information, for example:

In July this device was quite secure. Bit since October new vulnerabilities were found and the score increased to over 30%. Vendors publish around about 20 new vulnerabilities, Skopos links this with historical attack data, available exploits and interests by hackers as expressed in online activity. This laptop needs patching of Windows 10. No other vulnerable software was found.
The last chart shows a metric: how does  your organisation benchmark against the entire Skopos population

Cyber awareness and phishing risk

The last row covers key insights about the cyber awareness of your employees and phishing risk. The last widget shows all the data found on the dark web and gives a good indication of employees who are at high risk of phishing or a brute force login on their accounts.

Management metrics

How can you communicate something complex as cyber security risk to management? The Home page on the dashboard captures our latest lessons and insights. On a high level you can see how your organisation performs on the people chain (left side) and technology (right side).

This organisation needs to focus clearly on cyber awareness because 100% score low on awareness.On the other hand this organisation is doing a good job on technology. Websites are secure (0% issues) and they fixing issues really well, Skopos found that 70% of vulnerabilities were patched. 26% of laptops need to be updated though.

Vulnerable websites & servers

Here you can see detailed metrics on performance of websites and servers.

Vulnerable software & advice

This view captures ALL applications that are found on devices that run the Skopos agent. Skopos splits this up in 'Server' and 'Workstation'. You can see exactly where the most vulnerable software can be found (centre column) and why it is a risk (right column).