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SolarWinds’ New CEO Will Make These 5 Changes Post-Hack

From resetting privileged credentials and re-signing all digital certificates to manually checking source code and rolling out threat hunting software, here are five critical security improvements new SolarWinds CEO Sudhakar Ramakrishna plans to make.

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1. Better Secure The Company’s Internal Environment

Ramakrishna said SolarWinds plans to prioritize securing its internal environment as a central part of the company’s operational fabric moving forward. For starters, the company will consolidate remote and cloud access avenues for accessing the SolarWinds network and applications by enforcing multifactor authentication, according to Ramakrishna.

The company also plans to reset credentials for all users in the corporate and product development domains, Ramakrishna said. This includes resetting the credentials for all privileged accounts as well as all accounts used in building the Orion platform and related products, according to Ramakrishna.

SolarWinds further plans to deploy more threat protection and threat hunting software on all network endpoints, with a critical focus on development environments, according to Ramakrishna. The company announced Dec. 17 that it had rolled out CrowdStrike’s Falcon Endpoint Protection across the endpoints on its systems to ensure its internal systems were secure following the massive Russian cyberattack.

 

 
 
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