Protect your Web Apps with Azure Web Application Firewall

 
English Introductory and overview Security

Do your web apps contain sensitive or proprietary data? Do your apps require users to sign in? Do your web app developers lack security expertise or have development budget constraints? Then, you may find that using Azure Web Application Firewall is a more cost-effective solution than hiring full-time web security experts. In this session, I will discuss about how you can secure your web apps with Azure Web Application Firewall and understand whether it’s the best solution for you.

Speaker

Chirag Sharma

Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | Cybersecurity intern at VTFoundation | Project Intern at Wipro

Cybersecurity is much more than an IT topic I am a security professional with 2 years of learning experience in offensive security having worked in various projects and podcasts with a growth mindset, always learning from my mistakes. I am knowledgeable in networking, network security (internal and external) including web app and mobile app security. I have learning experience in practical aspects and thinking of a penetration tester and a red team engineer, learning from experienced people. I have knowledge about networking, advanced Linux, and Linux tools like Metasploit, Burp Suite, Nessus, Wireshark, and others. I am building tools in Python and Bash and have tested WordPress and Joomla websites.

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