How to Detect the Heartbleed Vulnerability with AlienVault USM | AlienVault

How to Detect the Heartbleed Vulnerability using AlienVault USM™

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Heartbleed is not an exploit you want to ignore as an IT professional. It exposes passwords and cryptographic keys, and requires not only that you patch OpenSSL for each of the services using the OpenSSL library, but also that you replace the private keys and certificates so that attackers won’t be able to use any of the data compromised by the vulnerability. The simplicity of the exploit makes it powerful. It appears that over a half million websites are vulnerable.

In this session we'll cover:

  • What you need to know about the Heartbleed vulnerability
  • How to detect it using AlienVault USM
  • How to investigate successful Heartbleed exploits
Tom D'Aquino

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Tom D'Aquino
SVP, Worldwide, Sales Engineering

Tom D'Aquino has been engaged in information security with an emphasis on supporting enterprise SIEM deployments for nearly ten years. His most recent endeavors include educating others in the art of security analysis while evangelizing the benefits of AlienVault's unified approach to information security management aka AlienVault USM. Tom loves to reminisce about the good ol' days of using grep and regex to find suspicious activity in log files and he is always thrilled to brainstorm with you on your own security use cases and initiatives.