Ready to reinvent yourself and learn to build cyber security?
Take the next step in your career as a software developer and learn how to build secure applications. This is an essential skill for those seeking senior roles in organizations facing new challenges from sophisticated hackers. In order to avoid being the next big negative story in the news, organizations are rapidly hiring and training engineers who can develop secure code. This course will cover the OWASP top 10 most common vulnerabilities in web applications. We will teach you to identify and address them before the hackers do. This knowledge will give you the edge to land your next high paying, in-demand job.
One year of web-application development experience.
- Introduction and Threat Modeling
- Protecting Sensitive Data in Transit and at Rest
- Access Control
- Session Management
- Cross-Site Scripting
- Cross-Site Request Forgery
- Injection Issues
- Security Misconfiguration
Hassan has over 15 years of professional experience in cyber security and software development.He has done application security consulting for companies like Google, Microsoft, Hudson’s Bay Company , 2K Games and Starbucks. His services included threat modeling, code reviews, security penetration testing, remediation, developing security applications and security training.
As a Software Design Engineer Hassan has worked on products like Windows Defender, Microsoft Skype, SolarAnywhere and Isilon. This has given him a breadth of experience in Windows, Cloud, Big Data and Unix Kernel development. He also developed tools like the Anti-XSS library and Static Code Analysis Tool for .NET that were added to Microsoft SDL.
Hassan’s extensive experience in cyber security and product development allows him to work closely with development teams to build secure products. He is also a Certified ScrumMaster, has a certificate in Machine Learning and has deep knowledge of cryptography and blockchain technologies.
Oct. 5th, & 6th and Oct. 12th & 13th
Days and Times
Saturday and Sunday 10 to 4pm