Developers building powerful enterprise applications often use Java, a popular programming language that offers many pre-built open source software components. However, software supply chain attacks are on the rise, and known Java vulnerabilities, such as Log4j, are a major vector of risk for enterprises today. Compounding the situation, security teams face critical challenges identifying and scaling rapid remediation of vulnerable instances in production.

In this report, you'll learn how Java runtime monitoring enables rapid vulnerability detection, giving security teams the visibility they need to accurately remediate security vulnerabilities to protect applications from possible attacks.

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Reducing Software Supply Chain Risk Utilizing Java Production Data

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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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