San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
When: Monday, September 2nd, 2013 - 17:30-20:30
17:30-18:00 - Gathering
18:00-19:00 - First Session
19:00-19:15 - Break
19:15-19:30 - Q&A
19:30-20:30 - Second Session
Where: Dekel Hall, Microsoft Offices, 2 HaPnina St. Raanana
This time we have one long (and great) session by Zac Fenigshtien from 18:00 to 20:30.
Don't worry... There will be a break...
Havij Horror Show (Zac Fenigshtien, Naya-Technologies)
Bad people want to temper with our database. That's life. Usually they are after the information we possess. Sometimes they have other goals. The most common vulnerability that hackers use is SQL Injection. We'll understand in-depth how various SQL Injection attacks work and learn how to prevent these attacks and minimize potential damage by best practices and proper coding. You should know that hackers wield a wide variety of tools. Sometimes a simple attack with a crawler can achieve as much as a sophisticated SQL Injection attack. We'll understand ';DROP Abstract;--
Zac Fenigshtien (Blog) is a Senior SQL Server consultant at Naya-Technologies and a DBA team leader at Israel Tax Authoritys' "Global Gateway" Project (formerly known as "Customs New Generation"). Zac has 10 years of experience in the IT world, starting as a web developer to become an applicative DBA.
Cause you can learn from the experts
Cause you can network with colleagues and other people in the industry
Cause there's some food and drinks
Cause there are prizes you can win
See you on September 2nd...
When & Where
Israeli Data platform meetup
The Israeli data platform meetup meets on the first Monday of every month. These meetings include professional talks by community experts, news and updates about SQL Server in Israel and in the world, and a great opportunity to meet with colleagues, get answers to professional questions, seek SQL Server jobs and employees, and enjoy the atmosphere.
These meetings cover all aspects of SQL Server, such as: server upgrade, performance tuning, security, development, high availability, etc. The group is composed of DBAs (both production DBAs and development DBAs), developers and system administrators. If you work with SQL Server and you still haven't join the group, you are invited to join us and become part of the community.