Apache HTTP Server, fondly known as Apache, was a key player in the initial success of the World Wide Web, and as such is the most widely used webserver in the world. As of June 2013, Apache was documented as serving 54.2% of all active websites and 53.3% of all top servers across all domains.
HOB recognizes the common security issues associated with using an Apache network, and will not only discuss them in a sponsor special topic session delivered by Chief Technology Evangelist, Brandy Mauff, but will introduce a security component for Apache webservers at RSA Conference 2015 as well.
Brandy’s presentation will examine the causes of issues and risks associated with HTML 5 and HTTP 2.0 in Apache networks, as the integration of technology into corporate and personal realms has revealed the importance of data privacy and security in all spheres. For example, data storage on this popular webserver with HTML 5 can compromise privacy, and HTTP 2.0 has fallen victim to complexity and TLS issues. Due to the popularity of Apache, it is vital for users to optimize security measures in ways that still allow for flexibility. Brandy will discuss how to achieve this with strategic industry insight on April 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. in North Room 132 at RSA 2015.
In addition to discussing secure solutions for Apache networks, HOB also offers a proprietary solution. HOBLink Secure for Apache, which will debut at RSA 2015, enables secure communication and authentication in TCP/IP networks. Stop by booth #3435 to receive more information on HOB’s highly secure software solutions.
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