Programming in a secure manner is an important step to having software that isn't vulnerable to attack. This course will cover categories of software vulnerabilities and how to prevent them by changing programming habits.
- Explain program structure in memory and how it can lead to software vulnerabilities
- Identify and document programming errors that can lead to software vulnerabilities then recommend fixes
- Recommend programming guidelines based on language and environment that can lead to safe and secure programming practices
- Compare the risks associated with compiled, interpreted and intermediate languages like C# and Java in order to recommend an appropriate language for a business project
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