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[[Image:Owasp_logo_normal.jpg|right]]The Trustwave 2012 Global Security Report highlights top data security risk areas, offering predictions on future targets based on analysis and perceived trends. <br>This 45 min., presentation will provide the attendee with a understanding current threats, techniques and entertaining examples<br>-Results from over 300 incident response and forensic investigations performed across 18 different countries _ you can learn how to fight better if you understand history.<br>-Results analysis from over 2000 manual penetration tests and over 2 million network and application vulnerability scans the results will surprise you.  _ attendee will better understand what SpiderLabs is seeing in the real world<br>-Analysis and trends from 16 Billion emails from 2008 to 2011 _ the results are surpising  -Usage and weakness analysis of over 2 million business passwords _ what r00t can tell you about your user base.<br>- Analysis of Denial of Service incidents of 2011 and update on OWASP http post tool and the OWASP CRS Mod_Security project<br>-Analysis of almost 300,000 different digital certificates (SSL) from a scan of over 17 million Internet facing devices including The Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) usage data from our SSL infrastructure<br>References to OWASP projects and methodologies in helping the attendee  deal with yesterdays problems, tomorrow.
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The Trustwave 2012 Global Security Report highlights top data security risk areas, offering predictions on future targets based on analysis and perceived trends. <br>This 45 min., presentation will provide the attendee with a understanding current threats, techniques and entertaining examples<br>-Results from over 300 incident response and forensic investigations performed across 18 different countries _ you can learn how to fight better if you understand history.<br>-Results analysis from over 2000 manual penetration tests and over 2 million network and application vulnerability scans the results will surprise you.  _ attendee will better understand what SpiderLabs is seeing in the real world<br>-Analysis and trends from 16 Billion emails from 2008 to 2011 _ the results are surpising  -Usage and weakness analysis of over 2 million business passwords _ what r00t can tell you about your user base.<br>- Analysis of Denial of Service incidents of 2011 and update on OWASP http post tool and the OWASP CRS Mod_Security project<br>-Analysis of almost 300,000 different digital certificates (SSL) from a scan of over 17 million Internet facing devices including The Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) usage data from our SSL infrastructure<br>References to OWASP projects and methodologies in helping the attendee  deal with yesterdays problems, tomorrow.
 
== The Speakers  ==
 
== The Speakers  ==
Tom Brennan and Nick Percoco
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The Presentation

The Trustwave 2012 Global Security Report highlights top data security risk areas, offering predictions on future targets based on analysis and perceived trends.
This 45 min., presentation will provide the attendee with a understanding current threats, techniques and entertaining examples
-Results from over 300 incident response and forensic investigations performed across 18 different countries _ you can learn how to fight better if you understand history.
-Results analysis from over 2000 manual penetration tests and over 2 million network and application vulnerability scans the results will surprise you. _ attendee will better understand what SpiderLabs is seeing in the real world
-Analysis and trends from 16 Billion emails from 2008 to 2011 _ the results are surpising -Usage and weakness analysis of over 2 million business passwords _ what r00t can tell you about your user base.
- Analysis of Denial of Service incidents of 2011 and update on OWASP http post tool and the OWASP CRS Mod_Security project
-Analysis of almost 300,000 different digital certificates (SSL) from a scan of over 17 million Internet facing devices including The Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) usage data from our SSL infrastructure
References to OWASP projects and methodologies in helping the attendee deal with yesterdays problems, tomorrow.

The Speakers

Tom Brennan

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Nick Percoco

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