Online Training Class: Attacking & Defending Data-Driven Applications Against SQL Injection Attacks

April 23, 2020 @ 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET


SQL injection is a hacking technique that was discovered over fifteen years ago and still actively devastates the databases of organizations today. This type of attack remains a top database security priority for businesses around the world.

A successful attack on a database that drives your website or web application, such as a SQL injection login bypass attack, can provide a hacker a wide range of controls, from defacing your website content to capturing sensitive information, including account credentials and critical business data. These application breaches can lead to financial fraud, stolen IPs, business disruption, and asset loss.

On April 23, Consortium Networks and top cybersecurity consultant Barry Morgan, will show you how to defend your organization from SQL Injection attacks in a free 4-hour online training class.

After attending, you will have a good understanding of:

  • The history of SQL
  • What is SQL Injection
  • Types of SQL Injection (SQLi) attacks and how they impact your business
  • Hands-on walkthrough of an SQLi attack
  • Mitigation, detection, and prevention strategies

If you are looking to protect your organizations data-driven applications, you will not want to miss this free training event. Register today!

All attendees will receive 4 hours CPE training credits for attending.


Thursday, April 23, 2020
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET
No Cost
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Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan is a cybersecurity expert and owner of Hackingbit, LLC., which performs advanced cyber threat simulations, red team/blue team training, and designing remediation strategies to mitigate advanced threats.

Barry has over 20 years of cybersecurity experience and has supported various state and federal government agencies including the United States Air Force, Social Security Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, and the NC Department of Health and Human Services.

Prior to 2014, Barry worked for Computer Sciences Corporation as a security consultant, where he provided a variety of defensive security support services to government agencies. Barry performed malware analysis and cyber forensics for the SSA, intrusion detection monitoring and response for the US Air Force, and vulnerability management for the EPA. Aside from his work as a government contractor, Barry is also a 20-year veteran of the USAF, where still serves as a traditional Guardsman in one of the first cyberwarfare units in the nation.

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