The DLP Report breaks down the information into a single Corvus Smart Score (a weighted measure of overall security), Risk Exposures (ratings for each of the eight risk groups that comprise the Smart Score) and Recommendations (clear advice on opportunities to fix vulnerabilities, prioritized by potential impact on overall security). See the video below for a closer look.
No matter how actively an organization monitors and adapts their IT security, information from the scan can provide a useful perspective. Sometimes it reveals blind spots, where IT managers had overlooked a vulnerability. Sometimes a new issue has arisen since the last time there was a comprehensive check-up. Many organizations simply do not actively manage IT security, and the DLP provides a primer and direction for them to get started.
Whatever the case may be, the information can be put to use by the policyholder to proactively mitigate risk. Looking at the exposure groups gives a broad sense of where trouble spots are, and Recommendations are intended to be actionable. If steps are taken to improve, not only will the policyholder mitigate their risk of a claim, they may see improved pricing or coverage options when it is time to renew.