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  • Any attempts to perform penetration testing or ethical hacking on systems or networks should be done with the explicit permission of the system/network owner. Unauthorized access is illegal and can result in serious legal consequences.
  • It is important to fully understand the scope of the testing and to only test within that scope. Testing outside the agreed upon scope is considered unauthorized and may result in legal action.
  • Any findings or vulnerabilities discovered during testing should be reported to the system/network owner immediately and kept confidential until a fix can be implemented.
  • It is recommended to use a separate, dedicated testing environment rather than testing on a live production system to minimize the risk of accidentally causing damage or downtime.
  • It is important to take steps to protect your own identity and prevent accidental data leaks or exposure of sensitive information during testing.
  • It is also recommended to follow a standard code of ethics for ethical hacking and penetration testing.
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Sample Dashboard

Creating a Sample Dashboard with Excel Pivot Tables and Graphs. Rationale for the Parameters Selected in the Dashboard. Different methods are available for creating dashboards, including Power BI and Tableau.

  • Region Wise data

    • Showcasing the overall - SLA or RAG [Red Amber, Green] status under two categories, to have a better holistic picture.
    • Status - Done, next Status - Failed, Pending, canceled and Onhold
    • Breaking down the status on which are - Critical, Important and Non-critical, throws light on Severity.

  • Resource wise data

    • Understanding the cost involved as per resource type.
    • Getting info on Mean time to repair MTTR- per resource involved and number of tickets status as per resource group.

  • Statutory Wise Data

    • The data sets are previewed through the statutory buckets, along with the calendar timeline and asset types involved.

  • PIndex Wise Status

    • The various categories of Pindex were listed by status, then by quarterly and finally their importance to understand the severity.


Dashboard: Full
Fig 01: Dashboard


Dashboard: Part01
Fig 02: Dashboard: Part01


Dashboard: Part01
Fig 03: Dashboard: Part02

Dashboard: Part03
Fig 04: Dashboard: Part03

Dashboard: Part04
Fig 05: Dashboard: Part04



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