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How to Detect SQL Injection & XSS Attacks using SIEM Event Correlation

  • Thursday, January 16th, 2014 at 1:00 PM EST (18:00:00 UTC)
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  • AlienVault

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Overview

Two of the oldest and most common attacks used against web applications, SQL injection attacks and cross-site scripting attacks (XSS), continue to impact thousands of websites and millions of users each year. Finding these exposures quickly is essential to prevent system compromise and information leakage. SIEM solutions can be invaluable in this effort by collecting and correlating the data you need to identify patterns that signal an attack.

Join AlienVault for this session to learn:

  • What data you need to collect to identify the warning signs of an attack
  • How to use event correlation to detect cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL Injection attacks
  • How to identify impacted assets so you can quickly limit the damage

You'll come away from the session with a clear picture of how to use SIEM technology to prevent these attacks.

Speaker Bio

Tom D'Aquino

Tom has been engaged in information security with an emphasis on supporting enterprise SIEM deployments for nearly ten years. His most recent endeavors include educating others in the art of security analysis while evangelizing the benefits of AlienVault's unified approach to information security management aka AlienVault USM. Tom loves to reminisce about the good ol' days of using grep and regex to find suspicious activity in log files and he is always thrilled to brainstorm with you on your own security use cases and initiatives.

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