Atlanta Member Meeting 04.21.11

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April 2011 Meeting WHAT:: April Chapter Meeting - Demystifying WAFS with Imperva, Accuvant and WhiteHat Security

WHEN:: 21th April 2011. 6-8pm

WHERE:: Tilted Kilt http://tinyurl.com/4oh2thj

WHO:: Multiple Speakers from Imperva, Accuvant & WhiteHat Security

ABSTRACTs::

Imperva:

Web Application Firewalls. These three words bring about intense feelings of A) love or B) hate. There is no C. Why does the security community suffer bi-polar disorder for one of the most widely adopted application security technologies? Today, the WAF market exceeds $200M in market size with tens of thousands of customers worldwide. Devin Ramga, Security expert and WAF proponent, will discuss why WAFs are an essential component of a sophisticated security strategy. Mr. Ramga will address common use cases covering compliance as well as the WAFs role in secure development lifecycles.


Accuvant:

One of the most commonly overlooked components of a Web Application Infrastructures are the databases. Arguably, Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server are the most commonly used commercial databases in the enterprise today. In this short presentation we'll explore some of the most common vulnerabilities found in these two databases, and their impact on your web application infrastructure.


WhiteHat Security:

Organizations must develop a strategy for website risk management and WhiteHat Security recognizes the value of product integration to provide total website security. An integration of a WAF with WhiteHat Sentinel detects and defends website vulnerabilities much more efficiently, and resolves the disconnect between compliance intentions and actual security. With virtual patching, the entire industry is brought to a new level of website protection, with extreme accuracy and efficiency – delivering rapid identification and immediate repair of vulnerabilities. The end result is total website security.


Presentation Slides: File:Database Pen Testing OWASP Atlanta 04212011.pdf

COST: Free to all.