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Tuesday, February 21 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Addressing Web Application Security - Major Attack Vectors and Countermeasures

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When developing a secure web application, it is critical that developers know the vulnerabilities and countermeasures that must be addressed. Join us as we discuss the most common attack vectors for web applications including Click-Jacking, Cross-Site Scripting, Script and SQL Injection, Man-In-The-Middle, and Spoofing. We’ll walk through basic best practices, discuss tools to guard against the different types of attacks, and review application architecture, code and settings that should be implemented to secure a web application.

Note: The specific coding and setting changes demonstrated will be done in a PHP application on a standard Linux, Apache, MySQL system, and an ASP.NET application written in C# code, running on IIS.

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Guillermo "Gil" Muñoz

Lead Software Developer, Texas A&M Health Science Center
Gil has a Master's degree in Linguistics from Trinity Western University. He was Senior Systems Analyst for TAMU Ocean Drilling Program until 1999. Along with his wife and four kids, Gil served with a non-profit organization working with minority languages in underdeveloped countries... Read More →
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Jeremy Tarpley

Dir Web Services, Texas A&M Health Science Ctr
Jeremy is a graduate of the Mays Business School at A&M and has worked in IT for the university since 2002. During this time, he has worked in IT support, systems administration, web development, and IT management. For the last five years, Jeremy has managed the web team for the Health... Read More →

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Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00pm - 4:45pm

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