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Celebrity Vulnerabilities 201 for Security Executives


With the New Year underway and Log4j serving as a recent reminder of the chaos that Celebrity Vulnerabilities can cause, now is the time to ensure that your security programs are structured accordingly to handle such events. In this part two of our Celebrity Vulnerabilities webinar series, we’ll discuss from the top-down executive perspective the critical best practices that CISOs and CIOs need to implement so their programs are set up for success. Join us January 27th at 12pm ET to listen in on our round-table discussion. Register today via the form to the right!

Presented by Brad LaPorte, former Gartner Security Analyst, Michelangelo Sidagni, NopSec CTO, and special guest Luis Arzu, Urban One CISO

THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER…

  • Celebrity Vulnerabilities from the perspectives of CISOs, CIOs, and CTOs
  • The processes to implement to ensure Celebrity Vulnerabilities are handled appropriately
  • How and what to communicate about Celebrity Vulnerabilities to other executives and stake holders
  • How these points were/should have been applied when Log4j dropped
Register For The Webinar Now!
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