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Log4j Vulnerability Resource Center

Zscaler is here to help you mitigate the impact of Log4Shell and prevent other zero-day vulnerabilities

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Join our expert-led webinar for insights on how to manage the long-term impact of the Log4j vulnerability

Stop Log4j with Zero Trust
Prevent Log4j exploits with a zero trust architecture
A zero trust architecture relies on four key tenets to hide vulnerable applications from attackers, detect and block intrusions, and mitigate the damage of successful attacks by eliminating lateral movement.
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Eliminate the external attack surface

Make apps and servers invisible, impossible to compromise

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Prevent compromise

Stop web app infections and exploit activity with full TLS/SSL inspection

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Prevent lateral movement

Limit the blast radius with zero trust network access and integrated deception

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Prevent data exfiltration

Stop data exfiltration attempts using inline DLP with TLS/SSL inspection

Why Zscaler

Gain peace of mind with Zscaler

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See how Zscaler Private Access™ eliminates exposure of vulnerable applications.