Cybersecurity Roundtable

Living With Log4j: EASM Lessons Learned

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Hear from industry experts on how to better harden your external attack surface and fend off this hard-to-shake bug.

About the Webinar

Are we done with Log4j? No.

CyCognito found 70% of firms that previously addressed Log4j in their attack surface are still struggling to patch Log4j-vulnerable assets. Find out why and what the top risk management actions you can take to protect your business are.

This CyCognito Log4j roundtable originally took place on Tuesday Oct. 4 at 2 PM ET.

Takeaways include:

  • Why instances of Log4j are growing – not shrinking – for many organizations?
  • Why a focus on risk, versus vulnerabilities, is paramount to mitigating against Log4j?
  • How vulnerability data paired with external threat intelligence boosts your security posture.

Anne Marie Zettlemoyer (AMZ)

Chief Security Officer, CyCognito

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Maurits Lucas

Director of Product Marketing,
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Emma Zaballos

Product Marketing Manager, CyCognito

Phil Wylie

Hacker in Residence, CyCognito

Join CyCognito’s Chief Security Officer Anne Marie Zettlemoyer (AMZ), and Maurits Lucas, Director of Product Marketing at Intel 471, as CyCognito Product Marketing Manager Emma Zaballos moderates a discussion on why security teams just can’t shake Log4j.

Panelist Maurits Lucas, director of product marketing at Intel 471, is a cybersecurity expert with two decades of experience working as a cybercrime expert.

Phillip Wylie, CyCognito's hacker in residence, is a red teamer, pentester, ethical hacking instructor, and founder of The Pwn School Project. Phillip coauthored the book, The Pentester Blueprint: Starting a Career as an Ethical Hacker. 

Emma Zaballos is a product marketing manager with CyCognito and a former senior analyst and a subject matter expert on threat actors.

Our roundtable of experts will answer your questions around Log4j in real-time during this lively town-hall format event.

Bring questions for host AMZ and tap her deep bench of cybersecurity expertise as a technical leader at Mastercard, Capital One, Deloitte and the U.S. Secret Service.

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