Heimdal™ Proactively Protects Its Customers Against Microsoft Exchange Server Exploit
Tens of Thousands of Organizations Hit by Microsoft Exchange Server Exploit. Heimdal™ Takes Proactive Stance to Push Automatic Update and Protect All Customers
Last updated on May 12, 2021
Copenhagen, March 10th, 2021 – Heimdal™ Security (Heimdal™), a leading global provider of an all-encompassing cybersecurity suite comprising threat prevention, vulnerability management, endpoint detection, PAM, application control, and e-mail security, today announces an emergency intervention to fix any vulnerabilities associated with the Microsoft Exchange Server Exploit.
Following the dire news of tens of thousands of institutions and organizations being hit after the 4 new Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities were revealed last week (CVE-2021-26855, CVE-2021-26857, CVE-2021-26858, and CVE-2021-27065), Heimdal™ began pushing an automatic update to patch these vulnerabilities by default for all of their customers.
After warning their customers and the public about the potential danger regarding the Microsoft Exchange Server zero-days a week ago, Heimdal™ is ready to push this automatic fix for any customers who postponed applying the necessary patches.
They are also open to counseling any organization which might be dealing with a bad Microsoft Exchange Server aftermath and help set up an automated patching system (through the innovative Heimdal™ Patch & Asset Management solution) for them to prevent any similar situation in the future.
About Heimdal™ Security
Heimdal™ Security is a strongly emerging cybersecurity provider established in 2014 in Copenhagen, currently spanning offices across the world. With a spectacular year-over-year growth and an impressive ahead-of-the-curve approach to threatscape trends, Heimdal™ Security is the go-to solution for unified, intelligent cybersecurity made easy. In March 2020, Heimdal™ Security was acquired by Marlin Equity Partners, fueling its networks of growth and distribution even further.