Anatomy of an Anonymous Attack and Hacking Demo
Terry Ray is the Vice President of Global Security Engineering for
Imperva tm, Inc., the leading provider of data security solutions. At
Imperva, Terry leads field, corporate and channel security engineers
and, has personally designed and deployed data security solutions for
hundreds of customers in various verticals including healthcare,
financial services, government and eCommerce organizations. Terry is a
frequent speaker for ISSA, OWASP, ISACA, Gartner and other professional
security and audit organizations in the Americas and abroad.
Prior to joining Imperva, Terry worked in a variety of technical
roles at Check Point Software Technology ltd., including enterprise
security engineering and, partner and end-user technical instruction.
Terry has lectured on network and data security topics, and taught
professional security related product certifications in over 35
Since 2003, Terry has specifically
focused his efforts in the data security space working with companies
to secure, monitor and audit external and internal, both authorized and
unauthorized activities to critical organizational resources.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terry Ray will walk-through Imperva’s eye witness account of an
Anonymous assault, which included the use of social media for
communications and, most importantly, their attack methods.
Anonymous’ targets vary, it is important for security professionals to
learn how to prepare their organization for a potential attack. This
webinar will walk-through the key stages of an Anonymous attack
campaign and a hacking demo, including:
Recruitment and communication:
Learn how Anonymous leverages social networks to recruit its members and select a target
Application attack methods:
Understand the sequence of steps Anonymous hackers use to take data and bring down Web sites, including the frequent DDoS attack
knowledge of key tactics organizations can take if they are targeted
by Anonymous or other hackers using automated attack techniques.
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