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SQL Saturday #332 – Minnesota 2014

Posted by jeffprom on September 5, 2014

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This year I have been selected to present at SQL Saturday #332 Minnesota on what I consider to be a very fascinating topic; SQL Injections. If left unprotected, your web applications can be severely compromised by SQL Injection attacks. To learn more about SQL Injections, I invite you to attend my session on October 25th, 2014.

SQL Injections and How To Stop Them

SQL injections are a technique where malicious users can inject SQL commands into a SQL statement, through web page input. If left unprotected, SQL injections can cause havoc with web applications by compromising security, manipulating database data, hoarding system resources, retrieving sensitive data, and even removing database objects like the database itself! This session will show how SQL injections work, identify if you are being attacked, and cover various prevention techniques and their effectiveness.

There is a fantastic list of presenters at this event! Secure your spot today by signing up on the SQL Saturday website.

http://sqlsaturday.com/332/eventhome.aspx

 

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