The recent Exchange 0-day attack orchestrated by the Chinese sponsored nation state community HAFNIUM showed that it’s crucial to have organizations’ systems up-to-date. HAFNIUM leveraged some vulnerabilities in Exchange Servers to breach customers’ environments. Microsoft immediately released different Cumulative Updates to remediate the weaknesses.
As often, these type of cumulative security updates for all types of services and solutions require pre-requisites, that’s why it’s crucial that you “stay current” so you can act fast, but also reduce by default possible exploits for attackers. Having a clear process to patch systems is no luxury and the option of vulnerability scanning should be obvious. It’s always better to prevent, but at the same time make sure you are not blind to detect and respond to malicious activities.
In our free webinar on Wednesday May 12; from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm, we will give you an in-depth overview on how at SecWise, we help our customers with cyber defence: Prevent, detect and respond, based on Microsoft’s security eco-system.
Prevent – detect – respond:
We will discuss the following topics:
1. Leverage Microsoft Endpoint Manager for your Patch Management process (Intune/SCCM)
2. Microsoft Defender to detect, protect & respond
3. We will share some additional best-practices in cyber defence
Would you like to learn about the must-haves for your company’s IT security? Register now for our free webinar.