Overview

Anthony Webb, Black Hat Trainer, and accredited Pen Tester, will explore recently publicised Cloud Security Breaches, accompanied by real-world examples of how available reconnaissance techniques and tools are leveraged by today’s unethical hackers to successfully uncover vulnerabilities, many of which can often be undetected by scanners. Register to join, we look forward to talking to you.


Date: Thursday 3 September 2020

Time: 12:30 – 13:30

Cost: FREE

Learning Outcomes

You will learn and hear about: - Examples and case studies of the past cloud hacks - How cloud security differs from conventional security. Using Cloud services to perform continuous monitoring the webinar is for those who want to know what different types of common cyberattacks are launched against data and applications in the cloud, and is ideal for those with existing cloud environments or those planning to move to a cloud environment.

This webinar is linked to our Offensive Cloud Security course QACLOUDHA

About the Presenter

Anthony Webb

Anthony Webb is proud to have been a committed tech geek ever since first learning to code on a BBC Micro at around 6 years old. He has worked in Information Security specifically for the past 5 years and specializes in Infrastructure Security, Cloud Security, Penetration Testing and Red Teaming. Anthony works as an Associate Director with NotSoSecure and holds industry recognized accreditations including OSCP, QSTM/CTM, CREST CRT as well as a number of AWS certifications including Security – Specialty, Solutions Architect and Developer Associate. He is a trainer for a number of NotSoSecure’s hacking courses ranging from introductory through to advanced and specialist. He is a lead trainer for both the Advanced Infrastructure Hacking (AIH) and Hacking and Defending Cloud courses. Anthony has delivered training at a number of conferences including BlackHat conferences globally, CPX360, BruCON, OWASP AppSec Day, as well as many smaller classroom and in-house groups and live web-based training delivery.