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One can broadly define vulnerability management as a set of processes and procedures to identify, analyze, and manage vulnerabilities across a critical service's operating environment.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service providers refer to companies that offer turnkey threat detection and response tools to end-users or security teams through security operations center technologies. MDR services protect cloud-based infrastructure, IT networks, cyber-physical systems, apps, devices, and on-premise assets. The managed security service providers offer round-the-clock monitoring to ensure security incidents can be detected in real-time and mitigated quickly.
Recently, The FBI, the Department of Health and Human Services and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released an alert that warned that the healthcare industry was being targeted by hackers.
Azure Virtual Network (VNet) is a platform enabling you to create and maintain private networks in the context of Azure cloud and services. VNet works in a similar fashion a network in a data center works while introducing added advantages such as scale, availability, and isolation.
Azure Traffic Manager is a DNS-based load balancer to manage user traffic distribution of service endpoints in different data centers. This tool can service any of the Azure global regions and secure an optimal level of availability and responsiveness for your services.
Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute is a connector that uses a connectivity provider to extend your on-premises networks into the Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 clouds over a private connection.
Azure Storage Analytics is a tool for logging and providing metrics data for a storage account in Azure. You can collect metrics about all your storage services as well as logs for blobs, queues, and tables.
Microsoft announced a critical vulnerability as part of their Patch Tuesday on 10/12/2020. CVE-2020-16898, dubbed "Bad Neighbor", is a remote code execution (RCE) that occurs when the Windows TCP/IP stack incorrectly handles ICMPv6 Router Advertisement packets with an even length field.