Hacking APEX Developer Webinar
August 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
VP of APEX and Practice, Scott Spendolini
Thursday, August 16th, 2018, 1PM – 2PM CST
There have been many conference presentations, books, and webinars on how to secure APEX applications. But most, if not all, never explore what an actual attack would look like or the damage it might cause.
This session will demonstrate just that—actual Cross Site Scripting and SQL Injection attacks against APEX applications which do a whole lot more than print “hello, world.” Along with the demonstration, the session will cover how you can mitigate and prevent these types of attacks.
About the Speaker:
VP APEX + Practice, Viscosity
Scott Spendolini is VP of APEX + Practice at Viscosity North America, and was the former president & founder of Sumner Technologies, a world-class Oracle® services, education & solutions firm. Throughout his professional career, he has assisted various clients with their Oracle APEX development and training needs. Spendolini is a long-time and regular presenter at many Oracle-related conferences, including Oracle OpenWorld, KScope, and RMOUG. His presentation at KScope 2014 – APEX Security Primer – was selected as one of the top presentations at the conference. He is a recipient of the Oracle Ace Director designation, author of Expert Oracle Application Express Security and co-author of Pro Oracle Application Express. Spendolini is also an Oracle Certified Oracle Application Express developer.
Previously, Spendolini was an APEX Practice director at Accenture and Enkitec from June 2012 through April 2015. Before joining Enkitec as part of an acquisition, he co-founded and ran Sumneva and Sumner Technologies from 2005 through 2012, which focused on Oracle APEX services, education & solutions. Spendolini started his professional career at Oracle Corporation, where he worked with Oracle eBusiness Suite for almost seven years and was a Senior Product Manager for Oracle APEX for just over three years. He holds a dual bachelors degree from Syracuse University in Management Information Systems and Telecommunications Management and currently resides in Ashburn, Virginia with his wife and two children.