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  • Cómo protegerse contra los bots maliciosos
    Cómo protegerse contra los bots maliciosos
    Daniel Varela Jarillo - Systems Engineer, F5 Networks Recorded: Mar 19 2019 61 mins
    Identificar bots maliciosos y protegerse contra ellos se ha convertido en la prioridad máxima de las empresas que aplican estrategias de seguridad sostenibles. Asiste a nuestro webinar para saber:

    • Cómo los bots infectan, se propagan y atacan a las aplicaciones
    • Qué tipos de ataques a aplicaciones son comúnmente perpetrados por bots
    • Cómo protegerse contra los bots malos sin afectar a los buenos

    Al asistir a este webinar, tus datos personales serán compartidos con F5 y tratados de acuerdo con la Política de Privacidad de F5 (https://f5.com/about-us/policies/privacy-policy). Igualmente, está aceptando recibir información sobre los productos y servicios de F5 pero puede darse de baja en cualquier momento.
  • Fight the Good Fight Against the Bad Bots
    Fight the Good Fight Against the Bad Bots
    Keiron Shepherd, Senior Specialist Systems Engineer Security - F5 Networks Recorded: Mar 19 2019 65 mins
    Identifying malicious bots and safeguarding against them is a top priority for organisations developing a sustainable security strategy. Join this webinar to learn:

    • How bots infect, propagate, and attack applications
    • What types of application attacks are commonly performed by bots
    • How you can defend against bad bots without disrupting the good ones

    The speaker for this webinar is Keiron Shepherd, Senior Specialist Systems Engineer at F5 Networks.

    By watching this webinar, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://www.f5.com/company/policies/privacy-notice). You also are signing up to be contacted about F5 products and services but you can unsubscribe at any time.
  • App Protection Series Part 3: Infrastructure Attacks
    App Protection Series Part 3: Infrastructure Attacks
    David Holmes - Worldwide Security Evangelist, F5 Networks Recorded: Feb 7 2019 29 mins
    Join us for the three-part App Protection Series for a comprehensive data-driven view into how applications are attacked, how organisations feel their impacts, and what defenses are brought to bear. Featuring the most comprehensive analysis of its kind, the webinars offer in-depth illustrations of the most prevalent attacks, predictions of future application security trends, and simple but high impact steps for improving application security.

    The topic for this webinar, part 3 of the series, is ‘Infrastructure Attacks’.

    By watching this webinar, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://www.f5.com/company/policies/privacy-notice). You also are signing up to be contacted about F5 products and services but you can unsubscribe at any time.
  • App Protection Series Part 2: Web App Attacks
    App Protection Series Part 2: Web App Attacks
    David Holmes - Worldwide Security Evangelist, F5 Networks Recorded: Feb 7 2019 24 mins
    Join us for the three-part App Protection Series for a comprehensive data-driven view into how applications are attacked, how organisations feel their impacts, and what defenses are brought to bear. Featuring the most comprehensive analysis of its kind, the webinars offer in-depth illustrations of the most prevalent attacks, predictions of future application security trends, and simple but high impact steps for improving application security.

    The topic for this webinar, part 2 of the series, is ‘Web App Attacks’.

    By watching this webinar, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://www.f5.com/company/policies/privacy-notice). You also are signing up to be contacted about F5 products and services but you can unsubscribe at any time.
  • App Protection Series Part 1: Quantifying the Pain
    App Protection Series Part 1: Quantifying the Pain
    David Holmes - Worldwide Security Evangelist, F5 Networks Recorded: Feb 5 2019 26 mins
    Join us for the three-part App Protection Series for a comprehensive data-driven view into how applications are attacked, how organisations feel their impacts, and what defenses are brought to bear. Featuring the most comprehensive analysis of its kind, the webinars offer in-depth illustrations of the most prevalent attacks, predictions of future application security trends, and simple but high impact steps for improving application security.

    The topic for this webinar, part 1 of the series, is ‘Quantifying the Pain’.

    By watching this webinar, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://www.f5.com/company/policies/privacy-notice). You also are signing up to be contacted about F5 products and services but you can unsubscribe at any time.
  • OWASP Top 10: Injection Attacks
    OWASP Top 10: Injection Attacks
    John Wagnon, DevCentral Recorded: Jan 10 2019 8 mins
    F5 security expert discusses the details of the top vulnerability listed in this year's OWASP Top 10 Security Risks: Injection Attacks. Defending against the OWASP Top 10 is one piece of a defence-in-depth strategy that will help you ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your apps, your data, and your business. Watch the video to learn more about injection attacks and how to guard against them.

    By watching this video, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://www.f5.com/company/policies/privacy-notice). You also are signing up to be contacted about F5 products and services but you can unsubscribe at any time.
  • What is a Web Application Firewall (WAF)?
    What is a Web Application Firewall (WAF)?
    F5 DevCentral Recorded: Jan 8 2019 10 mins
    Traditional network firewalls (Layer 3-4) do a great job preventing outsiders from accessing internal networks. But, these firewalls offer little to no support in the protection of application layer traffic. Today, threat vectors are being introduced at all layers of the network. For example, the Slowloris and HTTP Flood attacks are Layer 7 attacks...a traditional network firewall would never stop these attacks. But, nonetheless, your application would still go down if/when it gets hit by one of these. It's important to defend your network with more than just a traditional Layer 3-4 firewall. That's where a Web Application Firewall (WAF) comes in. In this video, John outlines what a WAF is and why your web application needs one.

    By watching this video, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://www.f5.com/company/policies/privacy-notice). You also are signing up to be contacted about F5 products and services but you can unsubscribe at any time.
  • Lightboard Lessons: Introducing the F5 Advanced WAF
    Lightboard Lessons: Introducing the F5 Advanced WAF
    John Wagnon - Senior Solution Developer - DevCentral, F5 Networks Recorded: Dec 13 2018 70 mins
    The F5 Advanced Web Application Firewall (WAF) provides a powerful set of security features that will keep your Web Applications safe from attack. Many WAFs offer a basic level of protection from attack at the higher layers of the OSI stack, but the F5 Advanced WAF takes things even further and offers some serious security features like Anti Bot Mobile SDK, Credential Stuffing threat feeds, Proactive Bot Defense, and Datasafe to name a few. In this video, John outlines many of the exciting features offered in the F5 Advanced WAF.

    By watching this video, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://f5.com/about-us/policies/privacy-policy). You also are signing up to be contacted about F5 products and services but you can unsubscribe at any time.
  • Advanced Application Defence Against Advanced Threats
    Advanced Application Defence Against Advanced Threats
    David Warburton - Senior Threat Research Evangelist, F5 Networks Recorded: Dec 11 2018 70 mins
    Web application attacks are the #1 source of data breaches. A Web Application Firewall (WAF) provides critical security controls to protect web apps. However, not all WAF solutions are the same. While many can help an organisation protect their apps from common and known threats, most are inadequate against the myriad of attacks across the evolving risk landscape.

    F5 is announcing Advanced WAF, a new category of app protection that introduces unique capabilities to the WAF market. In this webinar you will learn how Advanced WAF can:

    • Provide strong, adaptable security for every app, whether on-premises or in the cloud
    • Defend web and mobile apps against malicious bots and exploits
    • Prevent account takeover and stop large scale credential theft and abuse
    • Protect apps from layer 7 denial of service attacks

    By watching this webinar, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://f5.com/about-us/policies/privacy-policy). You also are signing up to be contacted about F5 products and services but you can unsubscribe at any time.
  • Lightboard Lessons: SSL Visibility - The Ultimate Inline Inspection Architecture
    Lightboard Lessons: SSL Visibility - The Ultimate Inline Inspection Architecture
    David Holmes - Principal Threat Research Evangelist, F5 Networks Recorded: Nov 22 2018 12 mins
    Now that the majority of web traffic is encrypted with Forward Secret ciphers, how do you monitor your incoming web traffic for threats? David Holmes light boards the ultimate SSL visibility architecture for inline inspection.

    By watching this video, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://f5.com/about-us/policies/privacy-policy). You also are signing up to be contacted about F5 products and services but you can unsubscribe at any time.

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