How to Prioritize Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday Updates in Seconds

May 12, 2020 • Trevor Lyness

On the second Tuesday of every month, vulnerability management teams scramble to quickly identify all of the newly announced Microsoft vulnerabilities so they can patch the ones that are relevant to their organizations.

However, a relatively small percentage of vulnerabilities released on Patch Tuesday are ever likely to be used to attack your business — only 5.5%, according to estimates. For vulnerability management teams looking to issue patches quickly, the most important question to ask is, “Where should I start?”

Get Instant Access to Free Vulnerability Exploitation Intelligence

With Express, Recorded Future’s free browser extension, prioritizing the vulnerabilities that pose real and immediate risk to your company has never been easier. Using data we collect from hundreds of thousands of open, closed, dark, and technical sources, we create a risk score from zero to 100. For vulnerabilities, our risk score is based on exploitation trends. You can use Express right over Microsoft’s security bulletin page to identify and prioritize high-risk vulnerabilities in just seconds.

Recorded Future Express

Ready to get started? Install Express for free today to accelerate your vulnerability prioritization and make better, faster patching decisions.

New call-to-action

Related Posts

Insider Secrets From a Front-Line Industrial CISO

Insider Secrets From a Front-Line Industrial CISO

August 13, 2020 • The Recorded Future Team

Times of significant change often amplify challenges within organizations — especially when it...

The Ultimate Kit for Adding Value to Your Cybersecurity Strategy

The Ultimate Kit for Adding Value to Your Cybersecurity Strategy

August 6, 2020 • The Recorded Future Team

There’s so much to discover when it comes to quantifying the value of intelligence in disrupting...

How to Integrate Automation Responsibly

How to Integrate Automation Responsibly

August 5, 2020 • The Recorded Future Team

Many organizations have fragmented information that is dispersed across legacy and modern databases...