Testing Web Applications for Security Defects

[presentation]
by
Michael Sutton, SPI Dynamics
Summary: 

Approximately three-fourths of today's successful system security breaches are perpetrated not through network or operating system security flaws but through customer-facing Web applications. How can you ensure that your organization is protected from holes that let hackers invade your systems? Only by thoroughly testing your Web applications for security defects and vulnerabilities. Michael Sutton describes the three basic security testing approaches available to testers-source code analysis, manual penetration testing, and automated penetration testing. Michael explains the key differences in these methods, the types of defects and vulnerabilities that each detects, and the advantages and disadvantages of each method. Learn how to get started in security testing and how to choose the best strategy for

  • Basic security vulnerabilities in Web applications
  • Skills needed in security testing
  • Who should be performing security assessments

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