How Prepared Are You for the Next Log4j?
Open source code dominates modern application code. It is also considered a "national security issue," in light of the recent Log4j attacks. Open source code, misconfigurations and known unpatched vulnerabilities are among the application security risks facing all organizations that could lead to a breach.

According to analysts at Forrester, security leaders must manage open source risk with tools and processes including a software bill of materials (SBOM), software composition analysis and third-party risk management.

The question is, how prepared are you to respond effectively to the next Log4j?

Discussion topics will include:

  • Understanding the context behind vulnerabilities as they emerge
  • API security best practices
  • The future of open source


Join ISMG's Executive Editor, Tony Morbin, for a moderated discussion that will feature insights from James Ferguson, Senior Solutions Architect at AWS, and James Brotsos, Senior Solutions Engineer at Checkmarx.
James Brotsos
James Brotsos
Senior Solutions Engineer

Checkmarx
James Ferguson
James Ferguson
Senior Solutions Architect

Amazon Web Services
April 5, 2022 | 03:00 - 04:30 pm BST
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April 5, 2022 | 03:00 - 04:30 pm BST

How Prepared Are You for the Next Log4j?