What does the Datum Security Endpoint Agent (DSEA) do with the information it collects?

By default, DSEA creates a log file that contains the specific vulnerability that is found and uploads it to a secure central database for analysis and reporting. This transmission is encrypted and signed with a certificate to ensure that there is no unauthorized access to the information. Once all the target machines are scanned, DSEA prepares a report outlining the relative security of the organization and any specific recommendations or fixes that can improve the security profile of the organization.