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Webinar: Understanding the 7 deadly web application attack vectors

22 Jul 2020
Our expert will demonstrate how to accurately identify the risk levels of your web application using multiple discovery techniques to assess web applications against the seven deadly attack vectors commonly used by hackers during reconnaissance.
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Web application-based attacks are complex and hard to prevent, as the process and technique behind such attacks remain a dark art to the defenders. In the absence of thorough manual testing, automated web app scanners are often not enough to unearth the true attack surface leading to half-baked remediation which doesn’t take the complexity and integrity of your web application into account. Therefore, it’s important to get to grips with the multi-layered techniques and processes used by hackers to identify open pathways in order to avoid bad actors from stealing your crown jewels.

Join our webinar as we explain how to accurately identify the risk levels of your web application. Our expert will demonstrate how this is done using multiple discovery techniques to assess web applications against the seven deadly attack vectors commonly used by hackers during reconnaissance.

What you will learn:

  • Think like a hacker – understand how hackers gather information and identify entry points for attacks
  • Get inside knowledge on how multiple discovery techniques should be used to assess web apps and determine business criticality including availability, confidentiality and integrity
  • Delve into the seven deadly sins – recognize the common attack vectors from security mechanism, page creation method, degree of distribution to authentication, active content and cookies, and how these represent the true attack surface of your web apps
  • Top tips on creating a complete security blueprint of your critical web apps and a continuous application security program based on your attack surface

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22 July - 11:00 AM CEST

22 July - 10:00 AM PDT

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