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The best way to handle network security threats

Wim Gerrits on July 22, 2020

Today, hacks, and cyberattacks are more common than ever before. You must act immediately when your network security could be compromised. In this video, Wim and Jeroen show you how you can easily check your network for the latest vulnerabilities and how you can remediate any issues that arise.

Network Compliance and Security Threats

In this case, it's an example for the BIG-IP AND CVE-2020-5902 where F5 Networks published patches and released a security advisory about a "remote code execution" vulnerability in BIG-IP devices. However, new attacks are coming in every day. Make sure you have a proper network vulnerability scanner system in place and act upon it immediately. 

Critical CVE JULY 2020

Recent threats that are easily implemented in our platform:

  • CVE-2020-1653 -JUNIPER JUNOS ROUTING ENGINE TCP PACKETS CRASH DENIAL OF SERVICE
  • CVE-2020-5902 - K52145254: TMUI RCE vulnerability 
  • CVE-2020-2034 PAN-OS: OS command injection vulnerability in GlobalProtect portal

If you encounter a CVE threat and want us to check it for you, please contact us immediately. We have the platform and experience to help you. 

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Wim Gerrits

Founder & Chief Network Automation Advocate Wim drives NetYCE's strategic vision while overseeing all aspects of the company's operations. Since 1995 Wim is helping customers with business-critical networks to lower their TCO and mitigate risks. His passion is to translate complex things into simple business terms.