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"SQL Injection Attacks: Is Your Application Secure?" By Bert Wagner

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Description: SQL injection is one of the most common ways that hackers gain access to your database. Do you know how to protect your data from malicious users? This session will provide an overview of how SQL injection works as well as steps to prevent it from happening to you. We'll examine both .NET and T-SQL solutions, as well as why some commonly used techniques aren’t as secure as many people think. If you ever capture user inputs to store in the database or write dynamic SQL queries then this session is for you.

Bio:
Ever since watching hackers first try to break into his website in the late 90s, Bert has been fascinated by the world of security. When not building secure web applications and performance tuning SQL queries, he enjoys spending his free time blogging and vlogging about SQL Server at bertwagner.com. Away from a computer screen, Bert is an avid outdoorsman and all around do-it-yourself-er. Contact: Sam Nasr ([masked])

Cost: Free (Open to the public). Feel free to invite a friend!

Refreshments: Food and drinks courtesy of inedo.com

Networking: Feel free to join us afterwards at Slyman's Tavern (Independence) for some refreshments while talking shop and socializing.