The Life of Breached Data & the Dark Side of Security

2018-08-30
Organizer: OWASP Triangle Chapter
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Ashley Madison data stolen...
Yahoo confirms the biggest breach ever...
10 million passwords leaked! 80 million! 500 million!

What does this mean to you and your websites? You use secure passwords, your sites haven’t been compromised, and you have safeguards in place to protect your customers, so you don’t need to worry, right?

Right?

Jarrod Overson reveals the world where these passwords are traded, sold, verified, and used to exploit your sites. Even if you are diligent, doing everything you can to protect yourself and your users, you can’t protect against someone visiting a website and putting in a real username and real password. So what can you do?

Jarrod explains how you can start exploring how vulnerable you are, how you might begin recognizing malicious traffic, and what you can do to start taking a stand against your attackers.

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Bio:

Jarrod is a Director of Engineering at Shape Security where he led the development of Shape’s second and third generation defense products. Jarrod has been outspoken in the field of modern web threats and has been instrumental in the progression of defenses against automated threats like credential stuffing. He’s the creator of Plato, a JavaScript static analysis tool, author of O’Reilly’s Developing Web Components, and a frequent speaker, writer, & trainer.

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Poster: triangletech