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Well done patching Log4j. Now, are you ready for the next zero day disaster? • The Register

Well done patching Log4j. Now, are you ready for the next zero day disaster? • The Register


Webinar If you breathed a sigh of relief after dealing with the Log4j vulnerability last year, here’s some bad news. There are further equally nasty zero day vulnerabilities to come, so now is not the time to relax.

So, if you want to keep your CI/CD pipeline running at full pelt and ensure that you are not propagating further vulnerabilities downstream, security needs to be an integral part of your development and deployment process.

And that means not just preventing vulnerabilities worming their way into your code in the first place but being able to remediate software that’s already been deployed into production.

Which is why you should join our upcoming webinar, Remediating Vulnerabilities Without Derailing Productivity, on March 24th, 11am GMT/ 12pm CET.

Our own broadcast pipeline Tim Phillips will be joined by Peter Chestna of Checkmarx, who will be discussing how you can achieve your development goals without compromising security.

They’ll be picking apart the true scope of the mess that Log4j plunged the tech world into last year and analyzing the reasons why most companies struggled to address it quickly enough.

But they’ll also walk you through the steps you can take to be ready for the next zero day vulnerability of this scale – because make no mistake, there will be another. This includes building security into your CI/CD pipeline and embedding security into your team’s very DNA.

All you need to do is head here and register, and we’ll make sure your diary is updated, and that you’re gently reminded on the day. The day of the event, that is, not Zero day.

Sponsored by Checkmarx

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