SolarWinds Deploys CrowdStrike To Secure Systems After Hack

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Originally posted on : SolarWinds rolled out CrowdStrike’s Falcon Endpoint Protection across the endpoints on its systems to ensure that its internal systems are secure following the massive cyberattack. 

The Austin, Texas-based IT infrastructure management vendor said that the hotfix updates released in recent days should, when implemented, close the backdoor on vulnerable SolarWinds Orion network monitoring products. SolarWinds said it has retained third-party cybersecurity experts to help the company secure its systems following the attacks against FireEye and the U.S. government via Orion. 

“Our top priority has been to take all steps necessary to ensure that our and our customers’ environments are secure,” SolarWinds wrote in a filing late Thursday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). “We are taking extraordinary measures to accomplish this goal.”

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