Singapore holds emergency meetings with CII sectors over Log4j | ZDNet

I hope similar is going on in your country…:

Singapore has held emergency meetings with critical information infrastructure (CII) sectors to prepare them for potential threats stemming from the Log4j vulnerability. The country’s cybersecurity agency has issued alerts on the Apache Java logging library flaw and is “closely monitoring” developments.

The first alert had gone out on Dec 14, with Singapore’s Cyber Security Agency (CSA) warning that the “critical vulnerability”, when exploited successfully, could allow attackers to gain full control of affected servers. It noted that there was only a short window to deploy mitigation measures and organisations should do so quickly.

It said alerts were sent out to CII sector leads and businesses, instructing them to immediately patch their systems to the latest version. The government agency also was working with these CII representatives to roll out mitigation measures.

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