Detecting Advanced Attacks (e.g. Log4J) with Runtime App Observability/Security

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Chetan Gopal, PhD, Chief Customer Officer

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This presentation and the live demo will outline modern and accurate methods of detecting the most sophisticated attacks, such as Log4J, ZeroDay, etc. The uniqueness of the demonstrated methods is in the implementation of application and API runtime observability and security which is capable of catching at the "moment of the crime", deviations and abnormalities in application behavior caused by hacker attacks.
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Avocado delivers security technology that discovers, diagnose, monitors and protects cloud workloads, applications and APIs across the distributed ecosystem. Its runtime security continuously detects vulnerabilities and protects against attacks at a “moment of a crime. Avocado enables real-time threat observability/modeling/analytics to mitigate vulnerabilities and plan preventive measures. Its “Observability of Unknown” capability detects sophisticated attacks, e.g., ZeroDay, where signature/pattern-based approaches fail. Avocado’s software process-microsegmentation enables Zero Trust enforcement. The company is based in Milpitas, CA. For more information, visit