How to Keep Your Java Applications Secure

July 22, 2020

Since Oracle stopped providing free security updates for Java 8 and 11, there have been 71 published Java security vulnerabilities, including 11 published on July 14th. Deploying fixes to secure Java runtimes has become more challenging and needs to be given more consideration. Is securing Java runtime environments necessary? What is your organization’s strategy for Java security? In this webinar, Azul’s Deputy CTO Simon Ritter – Java Champion and renowned Java expert for over 20 years – uses examples to demonstrate why Java needs to be secure, and shows how to protect your applications and your business through regular updates. Need to secure your Java infrastructure better, faster, and easier without breaking the bank? This webinar helps you get there…

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