Then you want to ask yourself what the frequency is. There are some recommendations and some regulations that say quarterly is something that makes sense, there's also annual. I do think annual is really stretching out, so you're getting a snapshot once a year. There are a lot of changes. On the other hand, if you're doing it monthly for example, then you're initiating a lot of scans. One thing to think about is that you do have different kinds of scanning.
So there's the more invasive types of scanning, there's less invasive types of scanning, sort of low and slow. So what you might want to do is look at doing something that's low and slow all the time, but then do a heavier, more robust scan once a month, once a quarter, once a year. Again, it's going to really depend on what you need. Good starting point, what kinds of regulatory compliance do you need to adhere to? You know it has to be at least that. But what if you're an energy company?
We'll look to NERC for any recommendations there. So, start there and then match whatever compliance you have. Take a look and then match that against what you have to do for your own needs for your own company. When you're looking at the actual scan itself, the depth of the scan really does matter, so consider if you've got an IPS or you've got a firewall running and you're doing an external scan and that IPS or that firewall they're doing their job and they're blocking everything.
That's actually good. On the one hand you know if you are an external attacker, wow you've really got that blocked. On the other hand, it may not tell the whole story. So one example of how that whole story might not be told is that broad scan may not have actually tried to exploit an application that is allowed through the firewall.
So you may have an application behind the firewall, port 80 is open, scanned the firewall, it didn't let anything outside of port Port 80, yet you saw you could get to a web service or a web server you know is supposed to be locked. OK fine. But there could be, for example, a sequel injection fault within the application running on that Web server, so you'd want to get a little bit deeper to actually exploit that specific vulnerability to see if you can get farther along into the organization. Another place where just that external scan where you've got the firewall doing for the most part its job, also isn't telling you all about the other patchs that may go into your network that may not be directly to the outside.
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Well that's another way that they can get in, not going through that firewall. It's great to scan to see that the firewall, the IPS at the perimeter or the edges are doing what they need to do. But do keep in mind that you want to get a little bit deeper to make sure that you've really looked at all the vulnerabilities rather than just looked at one component of it.
The other thing is mitigating control. So you may actually have protections that mean that you don't need the patch, or the vulnerability may have been taken care of in another way. An example here would be that you do in fact have a sequel injection running on that application, but you find out that if you try and exploit it, you've got a Web application firewall that has a very specific rule that was written to prevent exploit of that vulnerability.
So also checking on that to make sure if that's there because then that could mean, OK we don't need the patch, or if it's a custom written application we don't have to actually go back and rewrite it. Once you've done this, you've got your asset discovery, you've got your scanning and now you're starting to say "OK what are we going to do now?
How do we prioritize what gets fixed or patched or re-mediated first? What's the quantitative or the value associated with not patching? It sounds really easy when you say that. I feel like it sounds easy. But when you start to take it down and understand specifically how you're going to assess that for each of your devices, it can get pretty complicated, because you have to look at all these different moving parts about which business might go down, what kind of business might go down, what kind of business might go down, is this a theoretical exploit, is this an exploit that's being actively used over the Internet or over the world?
You really do have to step it down and look at what the true cost is, look at the damage that can be caused and then look at that business risk analysis, which is where the complexity of trying to break that down comes in, and I'm going to be doing that on the next slide, so I'm not ignoring it.
We'll just take that on the next slide. The other consideration and I had mentioned this before. But compliance really can give you at least a baseline, not necessarily where you want to be that's right for your company, but what compliance does tell you is where you have to be in order to be compliant with that regulation.
So, in that example where our firewall was working, but we had a sequel injection vulnerability on the Web application, and that meant that the database in the back end was vulnerable. Well, what was the data on that database in the back end? It could be patient healthcare records. If you're in healthcare at all, you know, or if you actually go to a healthcare professional, so pretty much all of us. Part of what's happening with high tech is that we've got EHR, so electronic health records are becoming mandated within health entities.
Most of our healthcare information is already, or being converted to be stored within digital means, very often on a database. Healthcare information generally considered very highly sensitive. So we have due diligence to protect around that. So what if that was in the database?
What if it was Social Security numbers? Again, something very sensitive. On the other hand, what if this was a database of my dog's pictures that I like to post on the Internet? Important to me, but I have a backup and really honestly if somebody stole them it's not a big deal.
I'm using my dogs and I realize that's not a business case, but I don't want to take any liberties and assume that you have data in your company that's at that level of sensitivity. The point being, we've got different levels of sensitivity. We need to first understand how important that information is and if it's not as highly sensitive, that may be a lower priority.
An example in business would be for example, public data. So if you've got information, you've got data sheets about your products, you've got published customer case studies, these are available on the database for searching, but you've also got backups. Again, this is public information, so losing it isn't really actually a big problem the way that losing sensitive or classified data is. Then you want to understand, so once you understand well, what if they get this data?
What's the loss to the organization? If it's valuable they probably are going to want it, especially if it can be resold. An attacker really enjoys finding something that has value. That's why credit card numbers are so attractive a target. But then also how easily could this vulnerability be executed? Because as we know, as we've seen, some are easier to execute than others. So understanding, is this a very high complexity problem to execute? Is there something out there that's already written that means that it could be easier?
Unfortunately, the reality is that attackers are now making money by selling exploit kits. So an exploit is discovered, it may be difficult to exploit it from scratch, but you can buy a kit and some of these even have customer support. Oh you can't use our attack tool, here let me explain to you how to use it. So, is it easy to exploit? If it's not easy to exploit, has it actually become commonly easy to exploit and you can look at some good references to find out what's going on with that exploit in the wild and to get keys and insight into how easy it is to actually do it.
Then also the threat actor; so the threat itself, who is this attracted to? Is this something that could be exploited by an insider only, or is it something that could be exploited from outside? That's going to give you potentially a different weight depending on how you treat insiders and also the level of protections that you have for inside versus outside. Another thing with outside is that you've got a much larger, broader threat surface, because you've got every attacker outside in the world. Whereas if it's an insider, you've got your employees and whoever else you've allowed to come into your network.
So going a little bit deeper into what's the actual cost for losing or exposing this data, I've got some points here to think about. You may not need to think about all of these, and also you may have some that I haven't thought of, but overall it's a really good starting point. First, think about the regulatory and the compliance fees. In the past, we've seen some different numbers come out.
You can also ask if there are any known fees that will be levied against you, but what happens if you don't do this? Think also about the loss of the revenue. So what happens if this is going to cause some actual downtime? So back to our application, we had talked about the database and what was the sensitivity of the data in the database.
But let's flip this and let's say that this is an airline and the information in the database was the timetables related to people and the list of the passenger manifest, so being able to know if you could book online or not. Well let's say an attacker manipulated that data, closed that database down, then the problem here is not just that the data was gone, but also that there's actual downtime now because the airline itself can't take online reservations, so for that window, they're losing to their competitors who are still able to take the reservations.
So what would happen with that kind of a loss is downtime? Loss of customers, especially in a reputational kind of environment. I want to go to a bank that's more trustworthy. This one I would say take a grain of salt, though, because how many of us know somebody who said, "I'm never shopping at Marshall's or TJ Maxx or HomeGoods ever again," after the TJX companies were hacked and everyone that said that to me, I know they've gone back and started shopping.
Take that loss of customers, understand it is a possibility, but in the long run it may have a lower impact that you may initially think. Customer exposure though, that can definitely be a high impact. So what's the exposure? Is there something that you could be sued over and that would actually be. Lawyers are generally very expensive. Usually you get into lawsuits, we're not talking small bucks.
Your public perception, that goes back to if you're supposed to be trustworthy and then it's seems that you've lost customer data. Is there going to be a perception within the media that there's something wrong with your organization or that your somehow not trustworthy or not worthy of the customer being with you? Then another one that sort of doesn't get thought of as often, or a lot of people don't think of it as often is the further exploitation; so could this be the beginning of something else?
You may use it as part of a bigger attack or a more composite attack months later. So we're starting to see that kind of a development, so you also want to think about what was that actual attack and is it possible that somebody was actually setting up rather than an exploit, at that moment was setting up a composite or readied attack for further exploitation later.
On these next couple of slides, what I've got here is, I've taken that point of let's say that we don't have sensitive data on the back end. So we've classified this as not highly sensitive data. We scanned, we got that there was in fact a sequel injection problem that had a CVS severity score of 7. The company weighted it out at the same thing, they did the test to validate and found out that despite the sequel injection, no sensitive data was actually exposed.
The company gave it a weight of zero. However, from a compliance, so the company said, "Hey you know what, yeah there was a problem but there was no sensitive data. So then there's a final weight here on the business risk with that no sensitive data. In this example we've got a total weight of Here we've got sensitive data and we've got a different setup.
So we've got the same exact problem with that sequel severity level and the company weighed on it, but as it was tested and validated as you moved down that patch, it was in fact sensitive data. So the company weight rather than being a zero, is really amping up because it's a 9. We've still got the problem with the DSS failure, but when we come down to the overall business risk we've greatly increased the total weight of this, which is now a 35 and the difference here being that it was sensitive versus nonsensitive data.
Everything else staying the same. And again, this is an example.
You can plug in your own numbers. You may actually have some frameworks that you've been using, but if you set up these frameworks and you continue to use and reuse them, what you'll find is that over time you get much better at creating and understanding the weights. Things like my nonsensitive data, it could be there was a dependency that gets discovered that always impacts that particular kind of a flaw. So you might then go back and say you know what, it looked like it was lower severity than it is, but it's higher. Alternatively, the sensitive one might get lower, although, I doubt that.
The point being, as you go and you redo this you're going to get better at it and also understand where if any place you hadn't had it really tuned highly and most effectively. So now that you've got some sort of an idea of the prioritization, what are we going to patch? Because we need to get to this because it's got a higher business weight for impact to us. At that point, now you're ready to actually go ahead and perform the remediation. In general, from those numbers, the higher the number is going to be, the faster the patch.
Your mileage may vary based on your risk analysis. Do document it. Again, this is to really avoid that chaos and it's really not to add extra pages to the digital folder, it's to get a process into place. So you want to document where you're going to perform the activity and also what the activity is for the different types of targets.
Although a patch is, OK you put the patch on, you may have very different needs and plans for the kind of target. For example, if it's a server, this may be a server that needs to be up 24 hours a day. Well what do you do if you need to patch a server that can't be offline? Well if it's in a high availability environment, you may patch one server that's not online at that moment, put all the traffic over to that server, take the other one down and patch that for example.
But that's probably different than a desktop, which you may just do a wake on LAN overnight and do the patching.
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Mobile, how are you going to corral these systems back into the organization or when do you have the opportunity when they come back online? Then cloud and remote, because we've moved a lot into the cloud. So the question is, are you working with your cloud provider to manage their patch process on your servers, on the devices that you're using for your organization? Do you actually do some level of maintenance on servers that you've got at the cloud? Because you still retain some of the management even though the location, it's located someplace else.
So again, different kinds of processes for the different targets themselves, and you do want to look as you start putting things into place, what's working and what's not so that you can hone that process over time. The next thing, after you've actually got the patch ready to go and you know who you're going to deploy it to, you want to do a little bit of testing prior to sending that patch out there. There are a number of different reasons for this.
A big one is that, very often the patch may not actually fix the problem that you think it's patching. It would be nice if every patch we got from a vendor or provider did exactly what it was supposed to do, but that's not always the case. You want to first make sure you apply the patch in a lab environment and see if it's actually fixed the problem.
Also take a look if that patch is having any kind of dependency or any kind of change to a device or to an application within the system. One of my favorite patch stories was that there was a big patch that was very critical for an operating system, but for a particular vendor of identity management, and it was an agent-based identity management, for this particular vendor, what that patch did, it didn't like that agent, I'm anthropomorphizing.
For some reason, the way the patch was written, that agent was identified as not supposed to be in the box and was deleted. The patch was applied, but now the entire identity management system had been erased on all of the targets. Generally, it's not that bad, but we do see examples where the patch does something unexpected. So you also want to make sure that it hasn't introduced a new issue, changed how any device or service or application is working with another one.
Because you are in a large ecosystem, you may not be able to test every single bit, but certainly on servers on key or critical applications, do put the patch on in a lab environment, and at least do a little bit of testing to make sure it's doing what it should and it's not interfering with what it shouldn't.
One way to make this easier overall is if you're using golden images. Now on servers, there may be some level of golden image, but there's often quite a bit of tweaking, because servers are very purpose built. On your desktop, you may have a much better chance with this because most of our desktops, laptops, especially at larger organizations, we flatten them down to golden images and even been able with good robust backups to be able to take it back down to the golden image as needed.
What you'd do is you would test the patch against the golden image. And I would very much recommend for companies if you haven't done this already to get a nice straight baseline level of what your system looks like for most of your users and then put in robust backup ability on the sensitive and changing data like documents, Excel, Word and the messaging, because these often are the key bits of information that you want to have backed up. And that allows you to, if you need to in case of a vulnerability, to go back and be able to know that you've got a nice, clean, standardized baseline for testing and for deployment.
Speaking of deployment, how do you actually get the patch out there? Well there are a number of different models for doing this, a number of different solution types that you may or may not have within your organization already. Network operations very often, in the large network operations management solution, they do have a way to deploy out patches to targets like servers and to laptops and to desktops.
So, that's one possibility.
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There are some patch and vulnerability specific solutions if you don't have one, but you're looking into one and you want to have this capability, absolutely put that into the RFP. There are some platform-specific, Microsoft has some for their operating system; it's certainly one way to go, but the issue with the platform specific or least the caveat there is that very often they only work with their own platform. So if you've got a heterogeneous environment, which many of us do, you may need something that's going to play well with others. Another thing to really think about here, especially as you're thinking about patching, is we're now more and more getting these very, very remote mobile devices in, so Netbooks which are very often Unix-based, although more and more we are seeing Windows based.
Unix-based, which may not have been in your patch management, but now are suddenly in your corporate ecosystem and need to be patched. The tablets, they're coming. Again, if it's a known platform that we're already supporting OK, but if it's something new that we haven't had before. For example an iOS on an iPad, then you're going to have to have something in place for that if it's going to touch the corporate network and then also the smartphones and the other smart devices or mobile phones. Whatever you're going to pick for your platform, however you're going to deploy this, and I've talked about a couple of different options here, but whatever you do pick I would recommend that you look at some sort of centralized reporting.
Because you want to be able to know that you've done that patching and that testing across the entire environment and if you've got multiple pockets of patch management, which you're going to have to do to get that big picture report, is you're going to have to aggregate and normalize is somehow. It's going to be easier for you if you have a solution that can do the bulk. Maybe it can't do everything you want, but that can centralize and report back on the bulk of the targets that you're looking at for vulnerabilities and patching and configuration management.
Another thing is it will help you with the normalizing policy, because that's a big one. If you've ever looked at a syslog, for example, to see what happens on an application or a device, you know that things that you think are going to be very normalized aren't necessarily normalized.
You may not even be able to normalize across your entire organization. For example, passwords, we've got some legacy devices that won't support more than more than 4-character passwords, actually some even newer devices that won't support more than 4 characters. So you may have a policy that says 8 characters, but you can only support 4. So you can't normalize and implement the policy across all the devices, but at least being able to have that policy normalized for knowledge and then you could write an exception saying, "But on this one device, unfortunately until we upgrade the device, we're not actually going to be able to keep that policy the same.
Another big benefit to doing some level of centralization is that you're going to be able to see where you haven't patched, coming back into one main console; rather than if you console A, B, and C and console C has two unpatched devices, is that necessarily going to get back-rolled up to the MetaConsole? I talked a little bit about exception handling. This is critical. It's not a perfect world. It would probably be boring if it was a perfect world, but it certainly makes our lives as security and audit professionals a little bit more difficult. Because we have to be very clear and write down when we can't do, what is within the policy or required for the regulation, that we've created an exception and explained why this can't be done the way that we had expected to.
Then integration with the other types of consoles, the other MetaConsoles that you're using, so the configuration management and the scanning you may find a solution that does different components of this. It does the asset discovery, it does the scanning of the systems and always does the patching, or you may have a patch system that's stand- alone. If you do, that may be the right thing for you.
But then absolutely make sure that it's going to integrate with these other components because, back to that asset, you can't scan what you don't know, but it's also going to be hard to patch what you don't know. So you definitely want an asset to scan to link into deployment. The next big one is validation. Because just because that patch is out there, you tested in a lab that it prevented the problem that you wanted to prevent, but you've got to test it again actually in deployment and production, to make sure that it's doing what it was supposed to.
So, was it actually applied? It sounds funny, but it really can be sort of like a tree falling in the woods. You say, "Hey go out and apply this patch. A way to actually go through and make sure that it's been applied and to also validate that fix along the path and make sure that that fix has not just been applied, and we know that it's on that application or that server. But it's also actually preventing the exploit that we wanted it to prevent. Some alternatives, because you can't always necessarily patch. What happens if you get into that kind of a situation?
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Well, there are some other ways to limit or control the damage and it may be that that other way could be more cost effective or more beneficial or preferable to the organization in the short or the long term. So what are some other ways that you could limit and exploit a vulnerability? The IPS systems, either on the host or on the network itself.
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