Richard Meeus, Director of Security Technology and Strategy, EMEA, Akamai, Eran Haim, Senior Solutions Engineer, Guardicore
The Log4j vulnerability caused widespread panic with organizations rushing to assess the impact caused and deploy mitigation strategies. These types of vulnerabilities are not only here to stay, but will continue to expand in frequency and impact.
In this webinar, hear from Guardicore, now an Akamai company, on how you can discover and protect against vulnerabilities by first identifying potentially exploitable processes.
Microsegmentation offers a way to drastically reduce the attack surface by isolating systems that potentially have the log4j vulnerability, shielding them from exploit attempts, and preventing machines that were successfully hacked from attacking others.
Join us to learn about:
- The evolution of the Log4j threat
- How to uncover and reduce risk to vulnerable systems
- Protection methods that can be used against zero-day attacks
- Why adopting microsegmentation to reduce the attack surface is key