After Log4j was revealed publicly in 2021, the percentage of companies reporting they were significantly or moderately affected by a supply chain attack jumped 59%, according to the Anchore 2022 Software Supply Chain Security Report.
Since then, companies have been spending engineers’ time and budgets on patching the vulnerability in their Java ecosystems. Any investment is worth avoiding a security incident that splashes your company’s name across the news.
In this White Paper, you’ll learn:

  • The short and long-term impact of Log4j
  • The five different approaches to application security, where they exceed and where they fall short
  • How to augment your security against Java vulnerabilities

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"Published and publicly available APIs are the 'tip of the iceberg': They represent a minority (sometimes as little as 15%) of the APIs produced by an organization. Most of the API attack surface consists of APIs used by web and mobile applications, API-to-API traffic (such as microservice traffic), and APIs exposed to employees or partners."

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