With the launch of ‘Microsoft Defender Vulnerability Management’, Microsoft has added more power to the Defender suite.
Now, organizations can use the Defender Suite for Endpoint protection, EDR, DLP, TVM and integration with the Sentinel. Microsoft Defender Vulnerability Management is a single solution offering the full set of Microsoft’s vulnerability management capabilities. So there will be just one console for managing these all things.
Defender Vulnerability Management will provide consolidated asset inventories, expanded coverage, and critical new capabilities including:
Security baselines assessment
Browser extensions assessment
Digital certificates assessment
Network shares assessment
Blocking vulnerable applications
Vulnerability assessment for unmanaged endpoints.
Accessing the Microsoft Defender Vulnerability Management.
While I am writing this blog Microsoft Defender Vulnerability Management is in a public preview. Sign up for the free 120-day public preview at https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2195338 .
Open the site for Defender for endpoint - security.microsoft.com
Go to Vulnerability Management as shown in image. If you don’t see the ‘Vulnerability Management’ then go to ‘Trials’ and enable it.
Some Screenshots from my test environment (unsecure test environment😊 😊)