Investigate weaknesses with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint's Defender Vulnerability Management
Microsoft's Defender Vulnerability Management is a built-in module in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint that can:
- Discover vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in near real time
- Prioritize vulnerabilities based on the threat landscape and detections in your organization
If you've enabled the integration with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, you'll automatically get the Defender Vulnerability Management findings without the need for more agents.
As it's a built-in module for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, Defender Vulnerability Management doesn't require periodic scans.
For a quick overview of Defender Vulnerability Management, watch this video:
As well as alerting you to vulnerabilities, Defender Vulnerability Management also provides functionality for Defender for Cloud's asset inventory tool. Learn more in Software inventory.
You can learn more by watching this video from the Defender for Cloud in the Field video series:
|Release state:||General availability (GA)|
Azure virtual machines
Azure Arc-enabled machines
|Pricing:||Requires Microsoft Defender for Servers Plan 1 or Plan 2|
|Prerequisites:||Enable the integration with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint|
|Required roles and permissions:||Owner (resource group level) can deploy the scanner
Security Reader can view findings
National (Azure Government, Azure China 21Vianet)
Onboarding your machines to Defender Vulnerability Management
The integration between Microsoft Defender for Endpoint and Microsoft Defender for Cloud takes place in the background, so it doesn't involve any changes at the endpoint level.
To manually onboard one or more machines to Defender Vulnerability Management, use the security recommendation "Machines should have a vulnerability assessment solution":
To automatically find and view the vulnerabilities on existing and new machines without the need to manually remediate the preceding recommendation, see Automatically configure vulnerability assessment for your machines.
To onboard via the REST API, run PUT/DELETE using this URL:
The findings for all vulnerability assessment tools are in the Defender for Cloud recommendation Vulnerabilities in your virtual machines should be remediated. Learn about how to view and remediate findings from vulnerability assessment solutions on your VMs
You can check out the following blogs:
- Security posture management and server protection for AWS and GCP are now generally available
- Microsoft Defender for Cloud Server Monitoring Dashboard
Defender for Cloud also offers vulnerability analysis for your:
- SQL databases - Explore vulnerability assessment reports in the vulnerability assessment dashboard
- Azure Container Registry images - Use Microsoft Defender for container registries to scan your images for vulnerabilities
- Amazon AWS Elastic Container Registry images - Use Microsoft Defender for container registries to scan your images for vulnerabilities
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