May 1, 2013

Upcoming Webinar: Why Java Exploits Remain a Top Security Risk

Bob Hansmann

Java vulnerabilities and zero-days are a serious problem in today's businesses. Frequently discovered vulnerabilities are consistently opening the door for data theft. Recent research by the Websense Security Labs found that 94 percent of computers are vulnerable to Java exploit.Java

On Wednesday, May 8, please join us for a "Why Java Exploits Remain a Top Security Risk" webinar. We'll cover:

  • The top findings of our Java vulnerability research
  • How these vulnerabilities are increasingly being exploited through the use of exploit kits
  • Why Java is so vexing to manage
  • Why many 'best practices' are now falling short of their original promise
  • And provide some specific recommendations on how to stay protected

Here is the link to the registration page for the event on Wednesday, May 8 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET.

How frequent are holes in Java? Well, as I write this it's been just a single day since the last Java zero-day. Earlier this month hackers used this type of exploit to crack into both Apple and Facebook.

Have any initial questions on our Java vulnerability research, Java zero-days or exploit kits? Drop a comment below, or save it for the webinar and we can discuss at that time. I look forward to discussing all of these items with you.

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