Security and Compliance Scan
Could be great that the Atera agent scans the devices looking for known vulnerabilities, just as we do with some products, to then report all the items found and having a knowledge base with all the recommended fixes.
For example, Atera would scan the registry for settings that are not in compliance with a template provided like "Windows Clients - enhanced security", and then will report for each found setting and will have a link for the knowledge base with more information on what should be configured. Templates could be provided by the Atera community, the Atera product engineers, and the Atera technician.
Another example: Atera agent checks if RDP is enabled in the registry, then will check if NLA is enabled as well. If NLA is disabled, then that's a possible vulnerability, suggest on the Alerts about such, and send the user of the Atera console to the knowledge base article on how to make RDP more secure by enabling NLA either modifying the registry or deploying a new GPO setting.
Nice! The feature you requested is being reviewed by our product team. We’ll keep an eye on the number of votes, and let you know if a decision is reached to implement. Thank you for being a partner in our process!
Alessandro Hernandez commented
This WOULD be a very positive game changer!
We are an MSP migrating from Kaseya over to Atera. A feature I do miss no matter how much I'm enjoying Atera over Kaseya is the ability to VIEW all vulnerabilities via not only CVE code but CVSS score and prioritize certain critical patches and "deploy at will" zero day and other related critical patches (when available) this falls under the compliance umbrella as well where unsecure configurations can be brought to light.
You know how well this would be received in the industry? Many MSP's have to deploy a swiss army knife of tools and having these types of metrics pulled from a single agent would be mutually beneficial, for us and Atera, not to mention serving all our customers PLEASE investigate this integration. Kaseya has been behind in many areas but are ahead in this. I believe Atera's more polished and communicates better. You can do it!