Learn about the most important web security concerns when developing websites or web applications, and what you can do to keep your software, servers and data safe from malicious attacks.
Who is it for
This course is great for developers who want to secure their client’s websites, regardless of their development platform of choice, and for anyone else who wants to learn more about web security.
Why should you care about Web Security as a web developer
Become familiar with common security fallacies of web applications
Mitigate against these fallacies
Basics of integrating a security development lifecycle to your team
Security is not a one-time fix, and you should think of it as a never-ending battle.
This training brings web security to the forefront of a developer’s mind and provides world-class educational material for becoming more familiar with common security fallacies of web applications, mitigate against these fallacies, and it provides the basics of integrating a security development lifecycle to your team.
Awareness is the first step in treating the disease of security fallacies in a web environment, and that is what we will do during our session. Knowing what vulnerabilities exist within a web application, a database server, a service or a product can help organizations contain possible points of exposure.
Essential Topics Covered
The seminar dives into the top common security aspects of developing secure web applications. The result will condensate as a sum of guidelines and examples in secure web development and will tackle especially the technical aspects of secure web development.
Web App Attacks Methodology
Attack Detection and Mitigation
Web Applications – Common Attacks
Integrating Security in the Software Development Lifecycle
Briefly defining cybersecurity
OWASP top 10 in depth. Production examples
Current status of web security: factors, decisions, outcomes
Mitigation for OWASP top 10. Production examples
Threat modelling for a web-based environment
Sum-up: Guidelines for web development teams
Practical examples of including threat models in development lifecycle
Date & Location
Select a location you or your team would like to attend to register for the training
Meet the Trainer
Chief Software Engineer
The Chief Software Engineer of Avaelgo and Microsoft Certified Professional, Ioan is specialized on Microsoft technologies and patterns and practices with such technologies, acting as the architect on most of Avaelgo’s solutions. He has delivered many trainings to software companies in Romania.