To prepare for potential threats stemming from the Log4j vulnerability, Singapore has held emergency meetings with critical information infrastructure (CII) sectors. The country’s cyber-security agency has issued alerts on the Apache Java logging library flaw and closely monitors all developments.
on Dec 14, the first alert went out with Singapore’s Cyber Security Agency (CSA), which warns of “critical vulnerability.” When exploited successfully, it could allow attackers to gain complete control of affected servers. It noted that there was only a short window to deploy mitigation measures, and organizations should do so quickly. alerts were sent out to CII sector leads and businesses, instructing them to immediately patch their systems to the latest version
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