Lesson Learnt For Log4j – the Latest Zero-Day Exploit

Presented by

Ray Wong, Head of Sales - Greater China; Gary Woo, Solution Architect - Greater China

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Log4Shell is a critical remote code execution vulnerability in the widely used Apache Log4j Java-based logging tool. The Apache Log4j vulnerability has likely impacted hundreds of millions of devices and can be exploited by a wide range of threat actors. In this session, we address the following: • Log4J update for Executive • What happen? • How does this vulnerability impact my organization? • What can—and should—I do right now? Join us to learn more on this vulnerability. Our goal in this session is for you to walk away with concrete next steps to enhance your detection and response. *the session conducts in Cantonese
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