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Realizing your software has a vulnerability is bad. Realizing you’ve shipped it to thousands of customers…

Webinar If you realized software you’d developed contained a vulnerability that left you – and your customers – open to cyber-attack what should your first priority be?

Is it protecting your own systems, while you develop a fix? What about helping your downstream customers who are now equally exposed?

And beyond the technical challenges, what about your reputation and brand? How do you protect your shareholders’ interests? And your customers’ too?

Well, you can a vivid taste of what it’s like by tuning into this upcoming webinar, Supply Chain Pain, streaming here on July 27 at 3pm, courtesy of security gamification, training and insight specialists, Immersive Labs.

In this session you’re thrust into the role of a CISO at a software development company, whose clientele includes Fortune 500 companies. An enviable position, to be sure. Until you’re informed by Microsoft’s security team that they have uncovered a back door in your popular third-party library.

You, and hundreds of thousands of customers, are now vulnerable to a targeted attack, and you have just five days until Microsoft makes the information public so that organizations can take mitigation actions.

The clock is ticking, your adrenaline is pumping. What are you, and your crisis team, going to do?

Don’t worry. You’re not entirely alone, because Immersive Labs has assembled a crack team of experts to guide you through what to do. And what not to do.

To hear what they have to say, just head here to register. No-one really wants to get on this particular rollercoaster, but by joining this session you’ll have better insight into how you, and your team, could and should react. And that will be invaluable if you ever find yourself in this situation for real.

Sponsored by Immersive Labs