Since the attributes are not distribution, you could show the initial score, and place a severity breakdown below. Allow hovertips and details for drilldown.
Instead of focusing on the current chart (the implementation, or 'how'), maybe we can address the possible questions in the users mind (the problem space).
- What is my current threat/security score? Should I be concerned?
- What's contributing to it?
- Which attributes are at dangerous levels?
- How can I get more details on this? (if there's a problem)
Here's a first sketch to prompt a discussion. I'll update my initial answer as needed.
It seems like you have:
- a total score
- its attributes (composition)
- a severity level for each attribute, which looks like it's tied to the count of a specific attribute.
Understanding attributes and severity levels
For a severity level, it appears that some attributes can have a higher count, but still have a lower severity level. Is that correct?
A tabular breakdown might seem less 'visual', but with a limited amount of attributes, you can order by severity, and show a decent amount of information in a relatively small space.
And unlike a polar chart, the labels aren't spaced out too far, so your eyes don't need to move much to take in all the attributes, their counts, and severity level.
If so, you could have a column that measures the severity, with a 'no threat' for attributes that are 'in the clear'.
The difficult part could be in making a universal Severity scale, not necessarily tied to the count.