What We Learned From The Log4j Vuln

Presented by

Casey Ellis, CTO and Founder at Bugcrowd, Jake Williams, Author and Instructor at SANS Institute

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The recently discovered Log4j vulnerability (“The vuln that stole Christmas”) was a massive wake-up call. Now that we have the benefit of security researcher report data compiled over the last few months, we can draw some conclusions about what happened and why. In this keynote session, you’ll learn: -What those reports tell us about how the incident unfolded -Why this incident constitutes a new class of vulnerability, and why that matters -Whether we should think about open source software vulnerability management differently now
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