Andy Harcup, Senior Security Engineer, Imperva
In the last 10 years, hacking has become big business with a well organised infrastructure, defined roles and responsibilities, and sophisticated attack vector automation that generates large-scale attacks of unprecedented size, speed and devastation. Advanced protection is needed in order to successfully stand up to the ‘industrialisation of hacking’. In this webinar, Andy will talk about:
- How to prevent web attacks like SQL injection, cross-site scripting, app DDoS or site scraping.
- The limitations and vulnerabilities associated with IPS solutions and other traditional security solutions.
- Attack-mitigation techniques for combating malware including bots and other automated attacks common in industrialised hacking.
- How to protect networks from the ‘compromised insider’ threat.
About the speaker:
Andy has 21 years’ experience in the IT industry, and has specialised in Internet security systems for more than eleven years. Andy is a passionate evangelist for technology and is multi-skilled across a broad range of security solutions including Firewalls, VPNs, IPS, WAF, web and email content filtering, SIM/SIEM, load balancing, DLP, risk assessment, monitoring tools, DB security, consultancy and Managed Security Services. Andy joined Imperva in 2012 and held previous technical roles at Check Point Technologies and several major telecommunications providers where he has had senior roles designing and implementing firewall, IDP and remote access solutions in mission critical environments.