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AvePoint’s Stance on the New Java Zero-Day Vulnerability

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Recently, many of our customers have expressed concern about the Java Zero-day vulnerability referred to as “Log4j.” In response, AvePoint has released a security advisory to inform customers that we are aware of the issue and to reassure our user community that AvePoint has not been affected or impacted by the incident.

We’re continuing to evaluate the risk to our supply chain for any possible indirect exposure and will provide any updates via our website and other designated means as determined by our Vulnerability Reporting & Notification Policy. AvePoint understands the importance of security and operational risk management and will continue to put the safety of your data first and foremost. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact your account manager or our security team and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

To learn more about our stance on data protection, check out some of our latest security resources below:


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Dana Louise Simberkoff is the Chief Risk, Privacy and Information Security Officer at AvePoint. She is responsible for AvePoint’s privacy, data protection, and security programs. She manages a global team of subject matter experts that provide executive level consulting, research, and analytical support on current and upcoming industry trends, technology, standards, best practices, concepts, and solutions for risk management and compliance. Ms. Simberkoff is responsible for maintaining relationships with executive management and multiple constituencies both internal and external to the corporation, providing guidance on product direction, technology enhancements, customer challenges, and market opportunities. Ms. Simberkoff has led speaking sessions at data privacy and security events around the globe. She was featured in Forbes, writes a monthly column for CMSWire, and was highlighted in the CSO Online list of “12 Amazing Women in Security”. She is a current member of the Women Leading Privacy Advisory Board and a past member of the Education Advisory Board for the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Ms. Simberkoff holds a BA from Dartmouth College and a JD from Suffolk University Law School. LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/danalouisesimberkoff/en Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/danalouise

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