[Owasp-chicago] FW: Free Secure Web Application Development Lunch 'n Learn

Jason Witty jason at wittys.com
Thu May 29 20:50:14 EDT 2008


All,

FYI on Free Secure Web App training.

Jason

>FREE SECURE WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT LUNCH ‘n LEARN
>
>
>WHAT:  The Computer Security & Forensic 
>Investigation Department at Wilbur Wright 
>College, with a grant from the Illinois 
>Department of Homeland Security, will be 
>offering 4 free lunch ‘n learn sessions on the 
>topic of secure web application development.
>
>Introduction to the 2007 Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Top 10
>(In 4 parts)
>
>
>This series of introductory lectures is designed 
>to provide background and context regarding the 
>large number of vulnerable web applications that 
>are deployed and are being developed.  The 2007 
>OWASP Top 10 is an enumeration of ten of the 
>most common or risky classes of vulnerabilities 
>found in web applications today.  In each session we will

>    * Examine a different class of vulnerabilities
>    * Show examples of common attacks that take 
> advantage of these vulnerabilities
>    * Describe some noteworthy incidents as a result of these weaknesses
>    * Discuss some broad classes of controls and 
> countermeasures to help you build robust and more secure web applications
>
>You will learn about the fundamental security 
>issues affecting web applications and how you 
>can start to develop more secure web applications.
>
>Each lecture will focus on a different part of 
>the OWASP Top 10.  You will maximize your 
>learning experience by attending all 4 lectures.
>
>WHO SHOULD ATTEND:   Application Developers, 
>Application Testers, System Architects, and 
>anybody else involved in web application development lifecycle.
>
>LEARNING LEVEL:  Basic to intermediate
>
>WHEN:  All sessions will be from 12:00pm – 1pm on the following dates:
>         Thursday, June 12th
>         Wednesday, July 16th
>         Wednesday, August 6th
>         Wednesday, September 10th
>
>WHERE:  All sessions will be held at the City 
>Colleges of Chicago District Office - 226 West 
>Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60606 – 3rd Floor 
>Conference Room #322.  Conveniently located 
>downtown at the North West corner of Jackson and Franklin.
>
>Lectures and the boxed lunches will be provided 
>by Wright College and Illinois Department of Homeland Security.
>
>REGISTRATION:  Space is limited.  Please RSVP by 
>emailing <mailto:lunchandlearn at ccc.edu>lunchandlearn at ccc.edu
>Include your name, title, company name, company 
>address, phone, and e-mail address in the RSVP.
>There is no charge to attend.
>
>All attendees will receive a complimentary copy 
>of 19 Deadly Sins of Software Security by 
>Michael Howard and Software Security: Building 
>Security inby Gary McGraw while supplies last.




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