About the Event


Log4j exploits a previously unknown vulnerability and bypasses patched vulnerabilities. This results in significant data breaches, supply chain attacks, or ransomware attacks. We’ll discuss how to assess and mitigate this in your organization today. 

Ransomware is now the single most significant cybersecurity threat facing the United States. The government, businesses, and consumers are all impacted. Well-funded and well-organized hacking groups use malicious software to steal, expose, delete or encrypt data unless a ransom is paid. These types of attacks have a devastating impact on productivity. They can hinder an organization for weeks (or, in the most extreme cases, cause the organization to go out of business).

Is your organization prepared for a ransomware attack, or is your plan to hope you aren’t a target? If you are looking for steps to protect your organization, this is the one presentation you can’t afford to miss.

This lunch session will be at the Capital Grille at the Shops of Legacy in Plano. Seating is strictly limited to 10 people.

Below are the details for the events:

Capital Grille at Shops of Legacy

  • Topic: Log4j - It’s Bad and Getting Worse
  • Date: February 9th @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
  • Address: 7300 Dallas Parkway, Plano, TX 75024
  • Details: Free event with lunch included