Mark Bayne, 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:
Mark has 18 years’ experience in the IT industry, and has specialised in Internet security systems for more than 16 years. Mark 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 and consultancy. Mark joined Imperva in 2007 and held previous technical roles at Nokia and contracted as a security specialist where he has held senior roles designing and implementing firewall, IDP and VPN solutions in mission critical environments.