Securing Web Applications, Services And Servers
Duration: 3 Days
Hackers and criminals today are targeting vulnerabilities in web applications and web services more than operating systems and computer networks. These vulnerabilities can be exploited to obtain confidential information, penetrate networks and compromise organisational integrity. As a result, organisations must integrate robust security measures into the web application development process.
Topics presented include identification, analysis and correction of the most serious web application vulnerabilities, detecting unauthorised file system modification, secure configuration of application servers, security of XML Web Services with WS-Security and auditing web application security with source code and application scanning.
Topics Covered In This Course
Identifying & Controlling Security Risk
Web Application Security
Application Server Security
Web Service Security
Auditing Web Application Security
What You Can Expect
This seminar is an overview of securing web applications, services and servers and its objective is to show how to test and implement secure web applications and web services.
Who Should Take This Course
Those who want to implement, test and deploy secure web applications. Experience developing web applications and basic knowledge of application server administration are assumed. No previous knowledge of security is assumed.
No previous knowledge of security is required. Anyone with an interest should understand the scope, purpose and importance of securing web applications, services and servers after completion of this seminar.
Every student attending a Verhoef Training class will receive a certificate good for $100 toward their next public class taken within a year.
You can also buy "Verhoef Vouchers" to get a discounted rate for a single student in any of our public or web-based classes. Contact your account manager or our sales office for details.
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