Qualys Finds 7M SolarWinds Breach Vulnerabilities
December 31, 2020
has identified 7.54 million vulnerabilities related to FireEye Red Team
assessment tools and compromised versions of SolarWinds Orion, tracked
as Solorigate or SUNBURST, across its 15,700-member customer base.
"The Qualys free solution
provides much-needed visibility and response in a single app that many
need at a time when IT and security organizations around the world are
scrambling to shore up their systems," said Frank Dickson, program vice
president, Security and Trust at IDC. "Qualys' solution draws from its
native security and compliance platform to deliver vulnerability
management, detection and response, the ability to detect malware, and
the integrity of files. It is great solution, easy to use and deploy,
and it's hard to beat as it is free."
Continuous view of all critical vulnerabilities and their prioritization based on real-time threat indicators and attack surface
Automatic correlation of applicable patches for identified vulnerabilities
Patch deployment via Qualys Cloud Agents with zero impact to VPN bandwidth
Security configuration hygiene assessment to apply as compensating controls to reduce vulnerability risk
Unified dashboards that consolidate all insights for management visualization via a single pane of glass
"As our teams assessed the very sophisticated SolarWinds / FireEye nation-state attack, we realized that we could help the industry through our very powerful unified Cloud Platform. The integrated security solution provides real-time visibility across the entire global and hybrid IT environment allowing it to detect and prioritize critical vulnerabilities, identify malware and effectively respond all from one single pane of glass," said Philippe Courtot, chairman and CEO of Qualys.