Indusface recently hosted a webinar “How to Identify & Prevent Web Application Hacks Before They Happen”, which focuses on helping businesses with web security issues. Many of our visitors in Asia wanted to attend but since it was done in the US time zone, they could not do so. Hence, due to popular demand, we are bringing it back at a time that will work for most in the Asian region.
It’s estimated that 30,000 websites are hacked and infected every single day, and they run the full spectrum of small, medium, and enterprise-level.
Who you are and what you do doesn’t matter. There are no safe zones. Hackers are equipped with automated tools, zero-day vulnerabilities, and both armies. Your best bet is to identify security loopholes before hackers and stop them from exploiting these weaknesses.
Cybersecurity should be a priority; unfortunately, most companies are struggling in the department. In last year’s, Osterman Research’s security survey more than 50% of respondents said they cannot defend against an advanced attack. Why is that?
On the other hand, consumers are getting selective of their business choices. Gemalto survey reports that 64% of respondents are unlikely to do business with a company that has suffered a data breach.
Web security expert and Indusface co-founder Venkatesh Sundar plans to break down the topic to the basic level. Hence, the webinar is not limited to people managing security risks for a company. We would like to invite business owners, developers, security experts, risk managers and their teams to join us and understand the risks.
The only way to consistently prevent breaches to your web applications is to get into the mind of a hacker, profile their behavior, and track their intent before they’ve attacked.
That means going beyond the basics of log parsing, pattern matching, and statistical modeling for anomalies. In this webinar, web security expert and Indusface co-founder Venkatesh Sundar will show you exactly how to do this. He will educate development and security executives on:
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Venky has played multiple roles within Indusface for the past 6 years. Prior to this, as the CTO @indusface, Venky built the product/service offering and technology team from scratch and grew it from ideation to getting initial customers with a proven/validated business model poised for scale. Before joining Indusface, Venky had 10+ years of experience in the security industry and had held various mgmt/leadership roles in Product Development, Professional Services, and Sales @Entrust.