Hacking 101: SQL Injection with Chris Ruel
Hacking 101: SQL Injection
This 101 provides an informative overview as well as a hands-on SQL injection exercise. Structured Query Language (SQL) injection is a common attack vector used to access sensitive information from data-driven applications. An attacker can use the injection to bypass a web application’s authentication mechanisms and retrieve the contents of its database. Some examples of data that attackers can retrieve from SQL injection include customer data, trade secrets and intellectual property.
Chris Ruel is the founder of Prometheus Group LLC, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, providing professional security services to the federal, state and commercial markets to safeguard people, property and assets. Chris is also an instructor for Cyber Strategy and Policy, Governance Risk and Compliance, and Threat Intelligence at SecureSet Denver.
6:00pm to 6:30pm | Mix & Mingle
6:30pm to 7:30pm | Hands-on Workshop
7:30pm to 8:00pm| Q&A Wrap up
+ Basic programming or networking skills.
+ ZERO security experience required!
What To Bring:
+ Laptop & Power Cord
There is a paid lot at the corner of 21st and Blake. Meters are easily accessible for $1.00 per hour. If you go north of 23rd on Blake, Market or Welton, there is street parking for free and you can walk in.
If you consider yourself a cybersecurity n00b, then Hacking 101 is for you. Each event will feature a hands-on workshop designed to boost your cyber-skills. Hacking 101 is an opportunity for you to gain technical knowledge and find out if cybersecurity is something you’re passionate about. No experience is required. Just show up and learn something new!