Web applications are increasingly more sophisticated, and as such, they are critical to almost all major online businesses. As more applications are web enabled, the number of web application security issues will increase, and traditional local system vulnerabilities, such as directory traversals, overflows, and race conditions, are opened up to new vectors of attack. The responsibility for the security of sensitive systems will rest increasingly with the web developer, rather than the vendor or system administrator. As with most security issues involving client/server communications, web application vulnerabilities generally stem from improper handling of client requests and/or a lack of input validation checking on the part of the developer. The Mile2 Certified Secure Web Application Engineer training teaches students to detect various security issues with web applications and identify vulnerabilities and risks.
Included: Live online course with approximately 30 hours of instructive training, instructor led simulations, Mile2 CDRE resources kit, and one Mile2 exam voucher with Veteran retake pass. We will also include our education coaching.
To be able to show working level competency in the objectives related to the associated certification.
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