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  • Neil Daswani PhD - Security
    security firm that works with Web sites New York Times Many business owners think their web hosting provider is taking care of the security of their website Not so At the low monthly fees at which many hosting services are made available the web hosting provider does not scan the websites for vulnerabilities or malware Entrepreneur com Quoted in PC Magazine The New York Times USA Today CSO The Huffington

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  • About Neil Daswani PhD
    up February 8 2011 Nasdaq Says Web Facing Application Was Compromised February 7 2011 Google invests in anti malware start up February 7 2011 Google Invests in Anti Malware Firm February 7 2011 Google Funds Web Anti Malware Startup Dasient February 7 2011 Google Ventures Invests In Web Security Company Dasient February 7 2011 Google Ventures leads new Dasient round February 7 2011 Attack of the killer widgets January 25 2011 Ad widgets when compromised can be used to spread mass malware infections across the most highly trafficked websites on the Internet Battling Malicious Widgets for Network Security January 24 2011 70 percent to 80 percent of threats propagate through Web application layer attacks instead of network layer attacks yet most of the security budget is allocated to network layer attacks said Neil Daswani CTO and co founder of Dasient Security Expert Warns of Widget Malware January 21 2011 Ad widgets when compromised can be used to spread mass malware infections across the most highly trafficked websites on the Internet Are Widgets Wicked January 21 2011 Ad widgets when compromised can be used to spread mass malware infections across the most highly trafficked websites on the Internet Daswani told InternetNews com Botnets Make Early Splash In New Year January 17 2011 As botnets become more common many operators will choose to simply steal infected PCs from other operators rather than try to build their own networks says Neil Daswani CTO of Dasient Word of the Day filch January 14 2011 Although only a few banks are targeted Neil Daswani Dasient s co founder and chief technology officer said This is an alarm bell for financial institutions Malware in fake White House e card steals data January 5 2011 As we found in our Q3 malware research report government organizations are being increasingly targeted by Web malware attacks Neil Daswani chief technology officer at anti malware services provider Dasient told CNET In the Whitehouse gov e card incidents we also saw significant continued use of social engineering and it just shows that no one is immune even employees with top secret clearance and those who work on cybersecurity fell for the attack For Hackers 2011 Looks Like A Prosperous New Year January 3 2011 2011 Outlook Better than 2010 and really wild January 3 2011 There will be a large botnet cyberwar and Zeus will end up winning and holding its ground against other botnets that try to attack it Neil Daswani CTO Dasient Computer security forecasts January 2 2011 Computer Security How It Looks for 2011 January 1 2011 A large botnet cyberwar Zeus will end up winning and holding its ground against other botnets that try to attack it Criminals Host Trojans on Cloud Storage Service Rapidshare December 31 2010 Criminals Host Trojans on Cloud Storage Service Rapidshare December 30 2010 Malware is getting harder to detect as authors run through 40 or more antivirus software programs to make sure the viruses they are developing don t get detected before releasing it Neil Daswani CTO of Dasient told eWEEK Paul Stich at AdTech NY December 21 2010 New Security Features from Google December 20 2010 Microsoft Google Spread Malware Hidden in Holiday Ads December 13 2010 What Security Will Be Like in 2011 December 13 2010 Google DoubleClick Found Serving Malicious Ad December 10 2010 Google Xooglers Storm Start Ups December 10 2010 What Security Will Be Like in 2011 December 3 2010 Cyberthreats A Long Haul December 2 2010 Facebook Malware and Stuxnet Top Week s Security News November 29 2010 IT Poll Are You Changing Your Anti Malware Strategy November 24 2010 Web Based Malware Doubles from 2009 Likely to Persist in 2011 November 24 2010 SOC 2 0 A Crystal Ball Glimpse of The Next Generation Security Operations Center November 22 2010 With the growth and evolution of malware today if you attempt to defend against attacks solely via signatures you are doomed to fail says Neil Daswani co founder and CTO of Dasient Web Based Malware Infections Have Doubled Since Last Year Report Says November 22 2010 It s not surprising to see a dip in malware traffic during the summer months Daswani says Attackers are people too everybody needs a vacation eWeek Malware Infects More than 1 2 Million Web Sites Dasient November 22 2010 Along with large and well known sites such as Google government agencies are increasingly being targeted and reinfection rates remain high said Daswani Dark Reading Drive By Downloads Malware s Most Popular Distribution Method November 12 2010 In the old days we saw executable code in a static file which was originally delivered via floppy disks and then via email attachments Now we re seeing active content delivered via drive by downloads at legitimate sites DarkReading Drive By Downloads Malware s Most Popular Distribution Method November 2 2010 Small Vendors Driving Innovation in Security Venture Capitalists Say October 28 2010 eWeek ClickFraud Rates Jumps in Q3 Behind Botnets October 20 2010 CNet Help My PC is Infected With Malware FAQ October 18 2010 TechRepublic BLADE Can it stop drive by malware October 11 2010 PCPro Researchers Slam Door on Drive By Downloads October 07 2010 IT Business Edge Number of Malware Infected Websites Tops 1 Million September 28 2010 SPAMfighter News Over 1M Websites Delivered Malicious Content During Q2 2010 September 28 2010 USA Today Facebook Twitter see more spam attacks September 27 2010 Twitter and Facebook can be turned into vehicles for mass distribution of malware if they don t deploy countermeasures PR Newswire Dasient Joins the Online Trust Alliance OTA September 22 2010 TMCnet XTend Selects Dasient s Anti Malvertising Solution September 22 2010 InformationWeek India Number Of malware infected websites tops 1 million mark Tim Wilson September 17 2010 One of the advantages of JavaScript is that it can be used to modify a whole Web page whereas an iFrame is more limited IT PRO Over a million websites served malware in Q2 September 17 2010

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  • Get an Advanced Computer Security Certificate Online at Stanford.edu
    learn how to protect networks secure electronic assets prevent attacks ensure the privacy of your customers and build secure infrastructures through this six course certificate program Who Should Enroll Whether you manage small projects or large scale initiatives the Stanford Advanced Computer Security Certificate Program will benefit you Participants come from various job areas such as Information Technology Professionals Network Security Engineers Software Developers AppDevelopers Software Engineers System Architects Systems

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  • My Book - Foundations of Security: What Every Programmer Needs to Know
    web applications as running examples throughout the book For the past few years the Internet has had a wild wild west flavor to it Credit card numbers are stolen in massive numbers Commercial web sites have been shut down by Internet worms Poor privacy practices come to light and cause great embarrassment to the corporations behind them All these security related issues contribute at least to a lack of trust and loss of goodwill Often there is a monetary cost as well as companies scramble to clean up the mess when they get spotlighted by poor security practices It takes time to build trust with users and trust is hard to win back Security vulnerabilities get in the way of that trust Foundations of Security What Every Programmer Needs To Know helps you manage risk due to insecure code and build trust with users by showing how to write code to prevent detect and contain attacks The lead author co founded the Stanford Center for Professional Development Computer Security Certification This book teaches you how to be more vigilant and develop a sixth sense for identifying and eliminating potential security vulnerabilities You ll receive hands on code examples for a

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  • Cyber Security Resources
    and 3 give webmasters time to recover from an attack before their web sites get blacklisted by popular search engines and browsers There are multiple parts to the video Watch additional parts of the video here Black Hat 2010 mod antimalware Dasient The Only Tool You Need to Protect Your Site Against Malware February 25 2010 Shariq Rizvi and Neil Daswani used to tackle security issues at Google Together with former McKinsey consultant Ameet Ranadive they decided to found the company Dasient in 2008 after recognizing that malware targets were becoming more and more diversified each year Dasient will not only notify you when your website has been compromised and show you the malicious code it also offers a risk assessment report telling you every possible outlet for future breaches Webmasters can be more proactive in protecting themselves from hackers Mitigating Web based Malware Attacks July 29 2009 Over the past few years malware spreading primarily by infecting web pages has been a significant emerging trend that has become so significant that the major search engines including Google Yahoo and MSN and browsers such as Firefox Chrome and IE 8 have been blacklisting infected web pages to protect users This presentation provides statistics about this trend and discusses how we can scalably defend websites from the problem via an open source security as a service model that enables hosting providers to protect web sites that they host I ll also discuss how Dasient s technology platform provides automated diagnosis monitoring and quarantining of web based malware and a few ways in which search engines technology providers like Dasient and hosting providers can collaborate to control the spread of web based malware The Entrepreneurial Sindhi July 26 2009 Entrepreneurship is in the blood of Sindhis This talk will cover how we can retain and grow our entrepreneurial nature bringing positive impact to the world in the process and even turn our diaspora into one of our greatest strengths for instance through events like this YSA Retreat In 1947 Mahatma Gandhi said The Sindh Hindus are first class businessmen Why are they running away to Bombay Madras and other places It will not be they who will be the losers for they will make money for themselves wherever they go There is hardly any place in the world where Sindhis are not found In South Africa they were making big money and gave of it liberally to the poor Gandhi could not have hit the nail on the head any better There are multiple parts to the video Watch additional parts of the video here The Entrepreneurial Sindhi Emerging Security Vulnerabilities the Impact to Business January 29 2008 This talk discusses how IT professionals can go about learning what they need to know to prevent the most significant emerging data security vulnerabilities and the impact these vulnerabilities are having on electronic commerce In this talk I will review how attacks such as XSRF Cross Site Request Forgery and SQL Injection work and how to properly defend against them Then I will present some industry wide statistics on softwaresecurity vulnerabilities reported to various databases and emerging trends in the field of software security Finally it will discuss the current state of security education and provide pointers to certification programs books and organizations where you can learn more How Cybercriminals Steal Money June 16 2008 Attend this session and learn how you can prevent todayʼs most significant data security vulnerabilities the kind that leave businesses open to fraud that ranges from capturing tens of millions of credit card numbers to stealing money from bank accounts to constructing next generation botnets Weʼll review how cross site request forgery cross site script inclusion and SQL injection attacks work and discuss their impact on Web 2 0 AJAX mashup and social networking applications We ll present industry wide statistics on security vulnerabilities cover emerging security trends and discuss the current state of security education Then we ll tell you how to defend against security attacks and how to modify your software development process to achieve security and we ll recommend certification programs books and organizations that can help you secure your applications Protecting the World from Cybercrime August 28 2008 Since 2005 over 230 million customer records have been lost or stolen in security breaches and data breaches are at an all time high in large part due to increased reliance on electronically stored files Should you be concerned about the security of your personal information on the Internet and with the issue of online fraud Do you wonder what could be done to help secure the web and our cyber infrastructure Come hear compelling stories about some of the most significant cyber attacks over the past few years and what can be done to protect the world against rampant cybercrime and mass identify theft What Every Engineer Needs to Know About Security and Where to Learn It July 10 2007 This talk discusses recent trends in security and what every engineer needs to know to prevent the most significant emerging threats such as cross site scripting and SQL injection attacks Just as every engineer might use object oriented design principles to achieve extensibility and re usability every engineer needs to employ principles such as the principle of least privilege fail safe stance and protecting against the weakest link to achieve security Instead of focusing on tips and tricks that allow you to band aid the security of your systems we discuss how to derive defenses based on the application of security principles such that you can determine how to deal with new threats as they come along or application specific threats that might be relevant to your domain Finally we present some statistics on the current state of software security vulnerabilities and discuss existing and upcoming challenges in the field of software security Stanford BASES Innovatorsʼ Challenge Mini Documentary 2005 The Innovators Challenge is an exciting annual technology competition organized by BASES the Business Association of

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  • Contact Neil Daswani
    LinkedIn Facebook Neil Daswani PhD About Get Certified My Book Resources Contact Contact Us Please E mail Neil at Media Contact Social Media Tweets by neildaswani Neil Daswani About Neil Get Certified My Book Publications Videos Patents Contact Copyright 2005

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