Date: Tuesday, April 27, 2004
Time: 5:00PM-6:30PM Pacific Time (GMT-8, US & Canada)
Description: SQL injection is one of the most serious threats a database can encounter. When an application is designed without regard for a comprehensive defense, it can provide an attack surface highly vulnerable to hackers skilled in SQL syntax. Once a hacker injects rogue SQL commands through a user interface, not only is the database exposed, but so is the server itself. By following sound design principles demonstrated in this webcast, SQL injection threats can be minimized. Developers shouldn't miss this opportunity to discuss database security with John Paul Cook from Software Architects.
Presenter: John Paul Cook, Managing Consultant, Software Architects
John Paul Cook is a database and systems architect in Houston, Texas. His primary focus is helping large enterprise customers succeed with SQL Server, Oracle, and the .NET framework. He also writes articles for various computer publications.