Urgent Release Regarding Log4j Vulnerability; DefendX Not Affected

 *FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*

There has been a recent widespread Log4j vulnerability. If you are not aware of this news and are looking for more information email MBrooks@DefendX.com to learn more.

Over the weekend, the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a statement on what has become known as the "Log4j" vulnerability, or "Log4shell." The agency discussed efforts to help private-sector partners fix the problem and urged all companies to upgrade their software. (NPR.org)

DefendX does not use Java in any of its solutions so any client we have will not be affected by this.

We will continue to closely monitor the situation and provide updates if there are any new developments.

If you are affected by this with a Java-based solution please let us know and we will help you out with guidance or direction as swiftly as we can. This vulnerability should not be taken lightly.

Sincerely,

The DefendX Software Security Team

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