The effects and impact of the Log4j vulnerability are still being evaluated, but will likely be talked about for years. New attack techniques and payloads have already been observed in the wild. The expectation is that the impact and risk the vulnerability introduced will last for a significant amount of time. While your teams are hard at work identifying and patching vulnerable systems and ensuring security protections are in place, the severity of the vulnerability will no doubt be top of mind for C-Suites and Boards. In times of a zero day crisis of this magnitude, clear communications are critical. But how do you translate a technical vulnerability like Log4j into business relevant conversations, reports, and mitigation plans?
Join Unit 42 strategic advisory security experts Tim Erridge, David Faraone, and LeeAnne Pelzer as they walk through critical next steps in communicating your organization’s response and mitigation plans to your C-Suite and Board and help you to:
Tim Erridge (VP, Consulting Services • Unit 42)
David Faraone (Sr. Director, Security Consulting • Unit 42)
LeeAnne Pelzer (Consulting Director, Security Services • Unit 42 )