Log4J Reunion Tour 2022 !!! [Live Event]

The unofficial, unauthorized retrospective, 9 months later.

If it was not clear before, after Log4j, it certainly is now! Everybody uses open source software in their applications. There are no exceptions, and as a result, we are all at risk of being breached by vulnerabilities in open-source software. The Log4J bug was a wake-up call.

The Apache Log4j vulnerability was one of the most significant breaches in recent history. Its impact was felt worldwide, and the repercussions are still being felt today.

Join Lunasec founder and CEO Free Wortley, AppSec Expert Jim Manico, and vulnerability scanning implementor (and Apache committer) Julius Musseau as they come together to discuss the 2021 Log4J debacle.

It’s been nine months since the Log4j vulnerability was disclosed! Aside from Minecraft, have any serious breaches dropped in the last 9 months? Or did everyone fix it in time? And what was so special about this bug?

To understand the issue and prepare for the future, we need to analyze the root causes of the breach and come up with a set of recommendations that can help prevent similar issues.

  • What did library developers learn from the incident?
  • What have common app developers learned?
  • How should the software industry prepare for future incidents of this scale?

Come hear from the experts on Log4J vulnerabilities. Learn from the past and prepare for the future.

 

Free Wortley

CEO & Founder at LunaSec

Jim Manico

Founder and CEO at Manicode Security

AppSec Expert

Julius Musseau

CTO at MergeBase

Vulnerability Scanning Implementor

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Date: Wednesday,
August 17th
Time: 12 P.M PDT

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