The security industry perspective on Log4Shell is full of bolt-on products or approaches that need to integrate additional products.
What these approaches miss is the Java perspective – how a managed language and runtime can provide data to help manage the security over a single JVM, as well as a fleet of JVMs across an entire enterprise.

In this White Paper you’ll learn:

  • The impact of Log4Shell vulnerabilities
  • How your JVM can help create inventory of what code is present and used, and overlaying that against a CVE database

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