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Implications of Log4j Vulnerability for Operational Technology Networks

Security researchers recently disclosed a zero-day remote code execution vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2021-44228, in the popular Log4j 2 Java logging library.

While initial reports have focused on the pervasive threat to IT networks, Dragos Intelligence assesses this vulnerability will impact operational technology networks given the ubiquity of the library, the rapidly growing methodologies of exploitation, and the inclusion of Log4j 2 in popular open-source repositories used in various industrial applications.

Watch the on-demand webinar with Dragos experts discussing the Log4j vulnerability and learn about:

  • Potentially impacted software and equipment within OT networks.
  • OT-relevant mitigation strategies.
  • Dragos Intelligence recommendations.

More information about CVE-2021-44228 can be found in this Dragos blog post: Implications of Log4j Vulnerability for Operational Technology (OT) Networks

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