The rules of information security aren’t what they used to be. Hackers aren’t kids in basements–they’re state sponsored professionals and organized criminal groups all around the world. They break into systems and steal data any way they can.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of hacks are not due to insecure networks or misconfigured firewalls; they are a result of common software flaws that get coded into applications. Even with good information security policy and staff, the reality is that software developers are often underserved when it comes to security strategy. If their applications get built without attention to good software security practices, risk gets passed downstream and by the time an incident occurs it’s too late to be proactive.
From proactive requirements to coding and testing, this course covers the best practices any software developer needs to avoid opening up their users, customers and organization to attack at the application layer. We teach only constantly updated best practices, and our experts answer your questions live in class. Return to work ready to build higher quality, more robustly protected applications.
Who Should Attend
- Application Development Managers
- Software Engineers and Developers
- CISOs, CISAs and Security Professionals
- Software Testers
- QA Managers, Directors and Staff
- Test Management
- Business Analysts
- Project Managers
- IT Specialists (Security, Capacity Management, Networking…)