Silicom Ventures cordially invite you to a seminar given by Professor Sam Gil on "How to become a hacker: everything you want to know about hacking and were too shy to ask"

In this seminar, Sam will present and demonstrate various techniques that hackers use to attack web applications including: SQL injection, cross-site scripting, input tampering, session hijacking, identity spoofing, and information disclosure.

When: September 20th, 7PM
Where: Silicom's Main office
Who: Silicom Ventures members only, limited space, based on availability. Reservations only — by September 15th, 2005 to [email protected].

Speaker: Professor Sam S. Gill, Information Systems, SFSU
Sam S. Gill is a professor of Information Systems in the College of Business at San Francisco State University. Dr. Gill publishes articles, books, and courseware and teaches in many areas of Information systems focusing on strategy, management, and technology. His current research interests include agile modeling, web servers, data warehousing and analysis, enterprise integration interfaces and processes, and development platforms and languages such as .NET, WebSphere, Java, and C#. Dr. Gill also conducts seminars and teaches in many areas of Microsoft technologies and development tools for the Fortune 1000 both in the US and internationally. Dr. Gill received his Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of California, Berkeley.