How Our Cutting-Edge New Capability Makes You More Secure and Compliant With CISA Emergency Directive 22–03.
CISA Emergency Directive 22-03 — Mitigate VMware Vulnerabilities
- This directive was released to highlight in the wild attacks on VMware products.
- Because these products contain remotely exploitable vulnerabilities (ie. CVE-2022-22954 and CVE-2022-22972) that can give attackers full control of VMware systems, agencies are required to either update VMware products or remove them from the network until they can do so.
- Trinity Cyber protects Internet facing VMware servers from initial attack, using unique technology - run as a fully managed service - to stop exploits inline, before they have a chance to compromise VMware platforms.
- Agencies can patch these systems while ensuring that Remote Code Exploits (RCEs) such as the ones called out in this directive, never reach mission-critical devices.
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CISA ED 22-03 Compliance
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