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The issues created by the recently disclosed Log4j vulnerability are bigger than you might expect and will have long-lasting implications. So, what was the Log4j vulnerability really, what can be done to reduce the risk it poses to organizations, and how can we better prepare for the next Log4j-level event? Benny Lakunishok, co-founder and CEO of Zero Networks, takes us deeper…
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Understanding and Preparing for the Next Log4j
Benny Lakunishok – CEO at Zero Networks
Benny has been in cybersecurity for more than a decade. He was part of the leadership team at Aorato, which was a disruptive detection platform, acquired by Microsoft. He went on to lead the product team in Microsoft utilizing Aorato technology, as well as the team that integrated Microsoft’s acquisition of Hexadite into its portfolio. Prior to Aorato, he was a Senior Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft and in the security team of an elite intelligence unit within the Israeli Defense Forces.
Sam Curry – Chief Security Officer at Cybereason
Sam Curry is CSO at Cybereason and is a Visiting Fellow at the National Security Institute. Previously, Sam was CTO and CISO for Arbor Networks (NetScout) and was CSO and SVP R&D at MicroStrategy in addition to holding senior security roles at McAfee and CA. He spent 7 years at RSA, the Security Division of EMC as Chief Technologist and SVP of Product. Sam also has over 20 patents in security from his time as a security architect, has been a leader in two successful startups and is a board member of the Cybersecurity Coalition, of SSH Communications and of Sequitur Labs.