Tech Tuesday Log4j vulnerability

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Back by popular demand!

Our Director of Education, Charles Blas, will facilitate an information sharing session regarding the Log4j/Log4shell vulnerability starting at 6 pm PST on Tuesday, March 15th, 2022

Participants are encouraged to setup a free account at TryHackMe.com prior to the session; it takes two minutes!

* This month's session will be 100% online (Zoom). The online meeting link will be sent to those who pre-register on the sac.issa.org website. This session will also be recorded.

In the session, we will:
• Interactively discuss the most recent details about the vulnerability
• Look at the guidance from CISA, which should be a good reference for most
• Walk through a hands-on demo on TryHackMe.com, where everyone can follow along
• Share information, tools, and techniques for detection/remediation
No pressure, but all will be encouraged to participate.

It starts at 6 pm, and we will go as long as people have questions, but we will cover all the main points by ~9 pm.

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Do you have colleagues or friends who are interested in cyber security? Feel free to share the meeting details with them. You don't have to be a member of the ISSA to attend our meetings. But if you want to join the ISSA (and we hope you do, to help us continue to offer these meetings), visit https://www.issa.org/membership/ and select "Sacramento Valley Chapter" when you join the ISSA.

Dates: 
Tuesday, March 15, 2022 - 6:00pm