On Demand Webinar

Log4j Vulnerability: Response and How to Move Forward

News of the recent Apache Log4j vulnerability left many security teams scrambling over the weekend. Get the critical information you need and learn how to be better prepared for the next major security event.

Understand your exposure and what to do next

On December 9, 2021, Apache Software Foundation issued an emergency security update to the Java library Log4j after a security researcher released proof-of-concept code and reports of active scanning for vulnerable servers. The Apache Log4j vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2021-44228 and also known as Log4Shell or Logjam. Since its release, it has been discovered that the vulnerability impacts anything from enterprise software to web apps, potentially affecting billions of devices running Java.

Join the Deepwatch team ​​for a live discussion on December 21 at 12pm ET to learn more about:

  • Apache Log4j vulnerability and why it is important
  • Key learnings from helping 100s of customers with their detection and response to Log4j
  • What’s next and how to move forward

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Featured Speakers

Wesley Mullins

CTO, Deepwatch

Bill Bernard

CISSP, Deepwatch