Nucleus automatically maps and merges all the data that we get from all your different tools. On top of that, Nucleus provides a robust method for providing additional context to each asset. This is useful for the risk prioritization that Nucleus provides out of the box.
1. Log in to your Nucleus account.
2. Navigate to Asset Management.
3. To edit an asset in Nucleus, use the Pencil Icon in the row of the table for the asset which you want to edit.
4. From here, add/edit the information you want to save to this asset. Some example data you could save:
- Asset Name: Your name for the asset within Nucleus.
- Domain Name: Domain name associated with this asset.
- IP Address: IP Address associated with the asset.
- Operating System: OS on that asset.
- Business Criticality: To be used in the risk scoring system within Nucleus to help you prioritize your asset risk.
- Primary Users: The users associated with the asset, so we can utilize results from phishing assessments in the risk scoring system for that asset.
- And More...
5. Click Save.
Your asset has been edited! You can now change the properties on assets to be more useful for your organization.
Aliasing your assets
Nucleus allows you to name assets however you want regardless of how they are named across different tools.
There are two main benefits to asset aliasing:
- Give a display name to an asset while preserving links to all scan history and future scans
- Merging assets together and giving that group of assets one display name and treating it as one asset (E.g. Imagine a load balancer with 6 IP addresses associated with it.)