Developer Security Awareness met de OWASP top 10
10 April 2018 • 1 day
- 10 April 2018
- 1 day, 12:00 - 18:00
- € 550,- per person (incl. lunch, excl. VAT)
The online environment is rife with threats: breaches and abuse, caused by bugs, carelessness or misconfiguration threaten the security of companies, and their customers. This means that web developers will need at least a working knowledge of security.
In this workshop, the top 10 most common-and-damaging vulnerabilities, as compiled by the Open Web Application Security Project, will be covered. For each one, participants will learn how to recognize and exploit a vulnerability, and how to defend against it. Guided by Angelo van der Sijpt, Fellow Connected Devices & Security at Luminis, participants will gain experience with the 3 most interesting types of vulnerabilities in a hands-on lab.
Participants will leave this workshop with a better understanding of the causes of most breaches and abuse, and a mindset that keeps their products—and their users—safe on the internet.
- For each of the top 10 items, discuss details, examples, and mitigation
- For 3 items, a hands-on lab
Web developers, mainly backend. Suitable for frontend-developers with an interest in backend code.
To run the labs, you will need at least Java 8, and some IDE for editing code. Other necessary tools will be distributed during the workshop.