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Secure Software Development Training

Failure to eliminate security gaps can spell disaster for developers and their clients.

Software security can be compromised to allow bad actors to steal information, introduce vulnerabilities, monitor content and damage the behavior of software.

Secure software development is a practice to ensure that the code and processes that go into developing software applications are as secure as possible. Secure development entails the utilization of several processes, including the implementation of a Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) and secure coding itself.

Ensuring secure software development is essential.

Developers that turn a blind eye to software security issues expose everyone to risk. Huge amounts of sensitive data are stored in business applications, and this data could be stolen at any time. Businesses that under invest in security are liable to end up with financial losses and a bruised reputation.

Additionally, governments are now legislating and enforcing data protection measures. The European Union’s GDPR, for example, requires organizations to integrate data protection safeguards at the earliest stages of development. Ignoring these requirements can result in substantial penalties.

When end users lose money, they do not care whether the cause lies in application logic or a security breach. Building secure applications is as important as writing quality algorithms. For those who succeed, cost-effective security improvements provide an edge over competitors.

Consequently, more organizations are investing in software security development and cybersecurity technologies such as static application security testing (SAST) tools.

SAST is a type of software security vulnerability testing. Also known as “white-box testing,” static application security testing tools such as static code analyzers inspect and analyze an application’s code to discover security vulnerabilities.

Using static application security testing to detect security vulnerabilities is crucial to software development, as these gaps an leave systems open to denial of service (DoS), leakage of private data, or unauthorized changes to system behavior.

Common software vulnerabilities include:

  • SQL Injections
  • Stack buffer overflow
  • Input validation attacks
  • Integer overflows

Secure Software Development Training by Tonex

Secure Software Development Training is a 3-day hands-on training course. Participants will learn techniques and guidelines for developing secure software. Best industry practices are discusses to prevent security vulnerabilities in web-based, mobile, common business applications, enterprise, defense and embedded software systems Secure Software Development Training course contains a mix of lecture, case studies,  workshops and hand-on exercises that emphasize secure application and software development.

Topics Include:

  • Application Security Fundamentals
  • Application Vulnerabilities
  • Secure Application Development
  • App Penetration Testing, Ethical Hacking, and Exploitation
  • Secure DevOps
  • Cloud Security and DevSecOps Automation
  • Database Security
  • Mobile App Penetration Testing, Ethical Hacking, and Exploitation Techniques
  • Mobile Application Security
  • Android Development, Exploitation, and Reversing
  • iOS Development, Exploitation, and Reversing
  • Developing Secure Standalone and Desktop Java Applications
  • Embedded Software Security
  • Secure Coding
  • Secure JEE Web Services Application Development
  • Secure Programming in C and C++
  • Secure Web Application Development
  • Securing Java Web Applications
  • Web Application Security
  • Agile Software Development Lifecycle
  • Automated Code Testing
  • Software DAST Assessment
  • JavaScript Security

 

Secure Software Development Training

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