IT1/IT2 – Hands-On Lab: Attacking and Defending the Application Layer
Jesse Darrone & Aubrey King
Recently, distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks have evolved from simple flooding to complex reflector attacks. According to the Verisign DDoS Trends Report for the second quarter of 2016, the number of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks has increased by a whopping 75 percent year over year.
Join F5 for a hands-on lab where you will learn about common DDoS and web application attacks as well as how to defend against them. You will need to bring your own laptop and use a remote desktop client (details below) to connect to the lab environment in the cloud. Seating is limited so register today!
System Requirements: Laptop computer capable of connecting to the hotel’s wireless network. Must have a remote desktop client (ala Microsoft RDP) in order to connect to the cloud-based lab environment.
Jesse Darrone is a systems engineer with F5 Networks, specializing in application security with cross-discipline experience in operations as well as penetration testing, computer forensics, software development and DevOps.
Aubrey King is a Global Service Provider SE for F5 Networks and has 15 years IT operations experience in systems and security for service providers in the Rochester area.