Application Security for Developers

  21 hours

Android Security

  14 hours

Comprehensive C# and .NET Application Security

  21 hours

Network Security and Secure Communication

  21 hours

Beyond Ethical Hacking - Advanced Software Security

  35 hours

Combined C/C++, JAVA and Web Application Security

  28 hours

Application Security in the Cloud

  21 hours

Combined C/C++/C#, ASP.NET and Web Application Security

  28 hours

C/C++ Secure Coding

  21 hours

Advanced Java Security

  21 hours

Combined JAVA, PHP and Web Application Security

  28 hours

Standard Java Security

  14 hours

Java and Web Application Security

  21 hours

Advanced Java, JEE and Web Application Security

  28 hours

Node.JS and Web Application Security

  21 hours

.NET, C# and ASP.NET Security Development

  14 hours

Advanced C#, ASP.NET and Web Application Security

  21 hours

The Secure Coding Landscape

  14 hours

Secure coding in PHP

  21 hours

Microsoft SDL Core

  14 hours

Security Testing

  14 hours

Secure Web Application Development and Testing

  21 hours

Web Application Security

  14 hours

DevOps Security: Creating a DevOps Security Strategy

  7 hours

Embedded Systems Security

  21 hours

Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST)

  14 hours

How to Write Secure Code

  35 hours

Secure Developer Java (Inc OWASP)

  21 hours

Secure Developer .NET (Inc OWASP)

  21 hours

Apache Shiro: Securing Your Java Application

  7 hours

I really liked the Crypto part

Carlos Ibarra [Avanzado Java, JEE y Seguridad de Aplicaciones Web]

I liked the trainer was passionate about the subject and very convincing too.

Diana Vladulescu [Secure Web Application Development and Testing]

I mostly was benefit from the hands-on examples.

Trading Point of Financial Instruments (XM [Secure coding in PHP]

The subject of the course was very interesting and gave us many ideas.

Anastasios Manios [Secure coding in PHP]

I generally enjoyed the interaction.

Andreas Hadjidemetris [Secure coding in PHP]

Most of the known subjects related with secure coding covered and explained well Nice presentations Easy to watch, not boring.

Trading Point of Financial Instruments (XM [Secure coding in PHP]

The way and its approach on each different section.

Trading Point of Financial Instruments (XM [Secure coding in PHP]

The trainer has very good communication skills and can easily get & hold audience's attention. He can explain the matter in a very easy and detailed way so that each person can understand it.

Trading Point of Financial Instruments (XM [Secure coding in PHP]

All topics were well covered and presented with a lot of examples. Ahmed was very efficient and managed to keep us focused and attracted at all times.

Kostas Bastas [Secure coding in PHP]

Everything! I didn't have any experience with Secure Coding and the whole training was interesting and helpful.

Trading Point of Financial Instruments (XM [Secure coding in PHP]

I genuinely enjoyed the real life examples.

Marios Prokopiou [Secure coding in PHP]

I loved the delivery from the trainer's side. Very enthusiastic and made the training really pleasant and interesting. Also, very clear about the content he was delivering.

Trading Point of Financial Instruments (XM [Secure coding in PHP]

I genuinely liked the real world scenarios.

Michail Alvanos [Java and Web Application Security]

I genuinely liked the organization.

Panagiotis Foutros [Java and Web Application Security]

Very good knowledge and character.

Constantinos Michael [Java and Web Application Security]

I was benefit from the exercises (SQL injection, XSS, CRSF. .).

David Lemoine - Statistical Solutions [.NET, C# and ASP.NET Security Development]

I liked the blend of theory/fundamentals/principles and activity/interactive-web-apps. Excellent mix.

Statistical Solutions [.NET, C# and ASP.NET Security Development]

Good pacing, by switching between lectures and activities the trainer was able to hold my attention, good variety of topics covered, trainer was very knowledgeable and able to adapt the subject matter to what was required.

Statistical Solutions [.NET, C# and ASP.NET Security Development]

Trainers command in his field

Adnan ul Husnain Hashmi - TDM GROUP [Web Application Security]

The hands-on labs were excellent.

Dr. Farhan Hassan Khan - TDM GROUP [Web Application Security]

The practical exercises

- Corvil [C/C++ Secure Coding]

The hands-on approach to explain the concepts.

- Corvil [C/C++ Secure Coding]

Exercise and be able to experiment.

- Corvil [C/C++ Secure Coding]

The OWASP overview, especially slides with the specific examples of attacks. OWASP Zap tool.

- Corvil [Secure Developer Java (Inc OWASP)]

I saw some security risk being easier to use than I expected It helped us to find some security holes in our Product

- Corvil [Secure Developer Java (Inc OWASP)]

It's good to start with the cause and anderstand why we need to secure our application.

Mikron SA Boudry [Advanced C#, ASP.NET and Web Application Security]

The explanations of how the most common attacks happen against web applications.

Jacob Fisher - Mikron SA Boudry [Advanced C#, ASP.NET and Web Application Security]

Beginning by how to hack to better understand how to secure was very interesting and appreciated.

Raphaël Capocasale - Mikron SA Boudry [Advanced C#, ASP.NET and Web Application Security]





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