Log4Shell: A Case Study in Responding to OSS 0-Day Attacks

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Matt Schwartz, Senior Software Security Engineer

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In the hours, days, and weeks following the disclosure of the Log4J zero-day vulnerability, FOSSA’s security engineering team implemented a comprehensive plan to help our customers respond. Senior software security engineer Matt Schwartz helped lead these efforts, working hand in hand with customers to minimize the vulnerability’s impact. Join Matt on April 13 for an inside look at FOSSA and our customers’ response to Log4Shell — and how the lessons we learned can help your organization prepare for the next zero-day vulnerability. He’ll discuss: -How Log4Shell impacted FOSSA customers -Strategies to mitigate vulnerabilities in direct and transitive dependencies -The biggest lessons we learned -Steps you can take now to prepare for the next zero-day vulnerability

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