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Vulnerability CVE-2020-5902

Datashield is aware of a recent vulnerability [CVE-2020-5902] and it has been published for the following F5 products: BIG-IP (LTM, AAM, AFM, Analytics, APM, ASM, DNS, FPS, GTM, Link Controller, PEM)

Partner Digest: Week of 6/26/2020 - SentinelOne Analysis and Azure Infrastructure

Datashield Partner Digest for the Week of June 26, 2020 - SentinelOne's Quick Guide to the Verizon Breach Report and ways to achieve cost savings and deliver efficiencies with Azure infrastructure. At Datashield, we pride ourselves on partnerships and are always looking for way to highlight what's new in the industry and with our partners. This helps us bring out the latest and greatest trends and key features for the services we use to bring you the best in MDR service.

Managed Detection and Response for the Microsoft Cloud

Datashield has been servicing customers on Microsoft Azure Sentinel since its release. We have gained in-depth knowledge and expertise around the forensic analysis of the platform.

RDP Vulnerabilities Expose Businesses to Security Risks

Thousands of business across the country and millions of shelter-in-place employees are taking advantage of Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) to connect to remote computers, access data on in-house networked devices, and collaborate directly on a remote desktop computer.

Carbon Black & Azure Sentinel for Cloud Deployed Cyber Security Resilience

In this special announcement, DATASHIELD officially outlines its new partnerships with Carbon Black and Azure Sentinel as a unique cloud deployed pairing for cyber resilience. Datashield Pairs Carbon Black & Microsoft Azure Sentinel for a Cloud Deployed Cyber Security Resilience Solution

Microsoft Releases Notice of More RDP Vulnerabilities

Two more security issues announced surrounding Remote Code Execution against Remote Desktop Services. Microsoft released a notice today concerning two vulnerabilities, which would result in a Remote Code Execution vulnerability against the Remote Desktop Services.  These are being tracked under CVE-2019-1181 and CVE-2019-1182. This is akin the previous vulnerability that we notified you on, CVE-2019-0708, aka Bluekeep.

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