The overall security assessment risk rating refers to the tools used by system administrators, security professionals from information centers and internal auditors to check on misplaced security updates. This might have resulted from misplaced configurations of various security codes in a certain networked environment. Certainly this has been enhanced by the use of ‘Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer’ (MSBA) which provides recommendations on security applications in specialized remediation guidance (Thad, C. & Chip, M. (2008).
It is not surprising to learn on how the assessment works as it would only require the owner or the administrator of the computer to log in using the registered password or any other security aspect used. In this regard, if the green checkmark fails to appear, then the administrator is compelled to take various measures in order to restore the access privileges. In this case, he/she should scan the entire system to configure any malfunction and restore them accordingly. More specifically, the scanning provides information on all applications in the computer system so as to identify the missing application and restore it accordingly (Tamara, 2009).