Ion Monitors Latest Security Threat | Ion Bank

On Friday December 10th, it was announced that multiple versions of the Apache Log4j utility had a major vulnerability. Since that time over 40% of corporate networks worldwide have had attempts made to exploit this vulnerability. Just hours after the public disclosure, there was evidence of hackers scanning companies around the globe with as many as 100 attempts per minute.  

Ion Bank takes your security very seriously. In fact, it’s our number one service standard. We took immediate action to review and ensure security against this threat and we continue to monitor this situation and all potential threats to keep our environment secure.  

We strongly urge you to keep your personal and business systems up to date with patching as well as anti-virus protection. In addition, you should reach out to your vendors to verify they are handling remediation methods.  

Thank you for your continued trust in Ion Bank. If you have any questions about this threat or your system security in general, please feel free to visit the following web site for guidance and information; as well as our Security Center on our website at  

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