Identify Log4J and other critical security vulnerabilities with WebSphere Automation
Tue, Jan 18, 2022 10:00 AM EST
The critical Log4J vulnerability has once again brought focus to the security posture of the IT estate. With WebSphere Automation, identification of WebSphere servers which are vulnerable to Log4J is immediate and simple, giving you a complete view of vulnerable WebSphere Application Servers in your environment. Come see how WebSphere Automation can help identify Log4J and other high impact vulnerabilities so you can respond response quickly and confidently when security vulnerabilities strike.
Architect - WebSphere Automation Software, IBM
Martin Smithson is an Architect working on the IBM WebSphere Automation for IBM Cloud Pak for Watson AIOps offering at the IBM Software Lab in Hursley, England. He has approximately 25 years of experience working in the IT industry, including both software development and technical consultancy roles. His areas of expertise include the architecture, design and development of microservices architecture based solutions, including the underlying technologies typically used in these solutions, such as Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift, Liberty, REST APIs, Kafka and MongoDB.
Lead Product Manager - WebSphere Automation Software, IBM
Michael Thompson is the Lead Product Manager for WebSphere Automation. Michael has worked with dozens of WebSphere Application Server customers in order to shape the WebSphere Automation offering and product roadmap.