Critical security issues affect us all, from software providers to MSPs, end customers and their clients. If you’ve been affected by the recent Apache Log4j vulnerabilities, Liongard is here to help.
“We’re all in this together,” said Liongard co-founder and CEO Joe Alapat. “Liongard stands with the managed services community and any affected Partners. We will continue to monitor the situation and do what we can to help impacted MSPs.”
The Liongard platform provides visibility into how these vulnerabilities are impacting your business so you can spend less time on discovery and start resolving issues quickly. We’ve added new metrics and built a new report called “Log4j Audit” to make vulnerability management easier for you— view detailed instructions here. Want to see how it’s done? Check out this video walk-through:
How Liongard can Help Gain Visibility on the Apache Log4j Vulnerability
1. Is the Liongard platform affected? No. There is no known risk to Liongard’s platform at this time and no Partner action is required.
2. Where can I find updates? Please visit this page for the latest updates from Liongard.
3. What if the Liongard platform becomes affected? If there is a development that indicates Partners are impacted, we will notify them directly via email.
4. Where can I find more information on Log4j vulnerabilities? More information can be found here: 12.18.21 (CVE-2021-44228), 12.15.21 (CVE-2021-45046), 12.13.21 (CVE-2021-45105)
Want to Know More?
Check out our full FAQ and Log4j details to learn more about Liongard’s response to the Apache software vulnerability. For any further questions, please reach out to your Account Manager.