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Thursday, October 10 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
DF-2011 How to build an effective malware protection architecture for file uploads in modern web apps

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Web applications have traditionally accepted file uploaded via web portals, which had bot prevention controls to avoid bots uploading files vs user. With the boom of API economy, more and more applications have started accepting files over API, this allows uploading of file a programmatic approach available for good bots and vector for allowing numerous file uploads during a day. This convenience, also comes with security shortcomings - for example, files cannot be analysed manually for potential malware since the number is huge, there could be synchronous processing needed as business functionality in web app. This talk will look at a novel approach to build and operate a practical automated malware analysis platform and considerations for it to scale at enterprise level maintaining heavy performance needs of web apps, to effectively detect and discard malicious file uploads in web app.

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Ravi Krishnan Muthukrishnan

Senior Director, Application and Product Security, Babylon
Ravi is a technologist, and a security expert specializing in web application security, cloud security, data protection, risk management, and cybersecurity. He has 11+ years of global work experience in the cybersecurity industry. He currently heads-up application and product security... Read More →

Thursday October 10, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
TEXAS BALLROOM - F Track 2 600 E Market St, San Antonio, TX Floor 4