Everyone is working overtime to recover from the Log4j vulnerability. Despite these efforts, the ramifications will be with us well into the future. Not only is PlexTrac unaffected by Log4j, the platform can help with the ongoing remediation organizations are facing.
PlexTrac can ingest scan data from your tooling to identify what assets are affected by this vulnerability. This knowledge will allow you to build actionable recommendations for these findings. Then you can push those findings to your engineering team directly from the platform and track status updates through to remediation — using analytics to track closure rate and then report on the progress from within the product.
If you are concerned about third party vendors, you can use the Assessments module to send a quick assessment and track any findings from vendors in a report as well.
Log4j is everywhere. Not only do you need to assess code that your organization has written that could potentially include this library, you must also consider the vulnerability of other tools that your organization hosts. You’re not only responsible for things that you build, you’re responsible for tracking vulnerabilities in software that you’ve bought.
If you are a PlexTrac user, leverage the platform to efficiently and thoroughly track and communicate about Log4j remediation. Reach out to PlexTrac support if you need help making the most of the platform for your Log4j cleanup.
If you would like to learn more PlexTrac and how it can help your organization be better prepared to combat vulnerabilities like Log4j, visit www.plextrac.com/demo.