Learn about the latest OneVue release and recent announcements.
OneVue will be updated on Thursday, January 14, 2021
In early December, DHS’ Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) John Corman made the statement that “…encourages all organizations involved in vaccine storage and transport to harden attack surfaces, particularly in cold storage operation, and remain vigilant against all activity in this space…”
Primex continuously evaluates security strategy in the context of new risks. In light of the CISA statement, we have made security enhancements to our Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure to reduce the risk of attacks from foreign actors. The OneVue Architecture Statement has been updated to reflect these security enhancements.
Please note that OneVue has not reported any suspicious behavior and is confident in our design and policies, but our engineering team identified opportunities to continue improvement in this space.
Most users will not be impacted or notice this OneVue update.
Primex devices on networks that whitelist IP addresses will no longer connect to OneVue. Please note that Primex does not know if your network applies IP whitelisting – if you’re not sure, please ask your IT or network security owner. If your networks use IP whitelisting for Primex devices, please have your network owner contact Primex Technical Support (262.729.4860).
OneVue is a high-availability (HA) platform that may change IP addresses at anytime, therefore OneVue does not support the use of firewall IP address filtering.
Organizations with network firewalls in place must proactively allow outbound network communication and file downloads through specific OneVue Domains and URLs. For details, see the OneVue Network Requirements.