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FTC says it will come after firms who haven’t patched Log4j flaws

05
Jan
2022
FTC says it will come after firms who haven’t patched Log4j flaws

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The United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said it will come after companies that fail to secure their customers’ data and endpoints, by patching Log4j flaws on time.

The FTC said that such businesses are looking at a scenario similar to the Equifax 2019 settlement, where the company was forced to pay out $700 million for exposing customer data.

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