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General statement Apache leak

The National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) warned companies in the Netherlands on Friday December 10, that there is a new vulnerability in Apache Log4j. Read here the full statement of SRXP-Exact.

The National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) warned companies in the Netherlands on Friday December 10, that there is a new vulnerability in Apache Log4j. This logging software is used globally by nearly all companies to maintain digital logs. More information about the leak and how to protect against it is available at www.cve.org or www.ncsc.nl.

We use various detection methods that give us insight into the situation 24/7. We continue to monitor the situation closely. If a vulnerability is detected, we are warned immediately and will resolve it as soon as possible.

As a software provider, cybersecurity is our top priority. To deal with these security risks, our cybersecurity experts have installed several additional protection measures in our systems to mitigate potential risks at all times. The cybersecurity and continuity risks are continuously reviewed and updated as needed.

We are informing our partners and customers about the Apache vulnerability and we are directing them to the information as available at www.cve.org of www.ncsc.nl.

Customers can contact our support department for product-specific questions.

For media inquiries, please contact Annemarije Dérogée, at media@exact.com or +31 (0)15 - 711 51 00.