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Sunday, March 31, 2019

SANS Mentor training comes to Novi, Michigan in September 2019

DEV522 Defending Web Applications Security Essentials

This class is intended for anyone tasked with implementing, managing, or protecting Web applications. It is particularly well suited to application security analysts, developers, application architects, pen testers, auditors who are interested in recommending proper mitigations for web security issues, and infrastructure security professionals who have an interest in better defending their web applications.

*Save 10% on your tuition fees. Enter registration discount code 10mentor19 when you register

Who Should Attend:
  • Application developers
  • Application security analysts or managers
  • Application architects
  • Penetration testers who are interested in learning about defensive strategies
  • Security professionals who are interested in learning about web application security
  • Auditors who need to understand defensive mechanisms in web applications
  • Employees of PCI compliant organizations who need to be trained to comply with PCI requirements
  • Those wanting to earn the GWEB certification from SANS GIAC 
If you aren't familiar with the SANS Mentor course format, rather than six days in a lecture, you attend shorter sessions one evening per week.  We'll go over the hands-on lab exercises and answer your questions from the course material.  In between sessions you have time to study and digest the materials. You still get all the curriculum you would get at a large SANS conference, but without the expense of travel and time away from the office. For more information on the SANS Mentor program, go to http://www.sans.org/mentor/about.php

I have not yet settled on a venue for the class, but it will be in the Twelve Oaks area in Novi. More details on this as we get a little closer to the class dates.

For more details, visit the official SANS course page at https://www.sans.org/mentor/class/dev522-novi-16sep2019-melvin-drews