- RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle, hardware appliance deployments only - RSA Via Lifecycle and Governance, hardware appliance deployments only - RSA Identity Management & Governance (RSA IMG), hardware appliance deployments only
Note: - Only Hardware appliance deployment with Dell R620/R720 (12G) and Dell R630/R730 (13G) servers as part of the RSA product solution are affected.
Unaffected Products: - RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle, software bundle and software-only deployments - RSA Via Lifecycle and Governance, software bundle and software-only deployments - RSA IMG, software bundle and software-only deployments
RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle, RSA Via Lifecycle and Governance and RSA IMG hardware-based appliances requires a security update to address the Intel Microarchitectural Data Sampling Vulnerabilities.
Updates are available to address the following security vulnerabilities:
RSA recommends customers using Dell R620/R720 (12G) appliances with BIOS version before 2.8 upgrade to the latest firmware, version 2.8. Customers using Dell R630/R730 (13G) appliances with BIOS version before 2.10.5 should upgrade to the latest BIOS firmware, version 2.10.5.
The firmware upgrade is recommended to mitigate the Intel-SA-00233 related vulnerabilities. This upgrade has been qualified for use by our product for the affected hardware appliance platforms (R630, R730, R620, R720).
Customers can obtain the firmware upgrade instructions via the following RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle RSA Link:
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