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WW Secure Development

    Syllabus

  • Input Validations Video — 00:13:30
    • A look at the importance of protecting the system from malicious inputs.

  • XSS (reflected and stored) Video — 00:15:21
    • XSS have been around web applications for a while. This video shows how to avoid most common XSS cases.

  • Insecure Deserialization Video — 00:23:18
    • What is insecure deserialization? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities Video — 00:23:15
    • How do we determine that a component has a known vulnerability? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Insufficient Logging and Monitoring Video — 00:35:12
    • Why is insufficient logging risky? Showing practical examples of how to test for these types of vulnerabilities.

  • Kubernetes Security Design Video — 00:16:41

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Hans Petrich spent four years at DHS and the NSA defending military and government networks from cyberattacks before becoming the lead of Silent Break Security application pentesting team. Hans has been a full-time pentester for over four years and has taught private company training’s as well as being a Black Hat USA instructor. Hans has discovered hundreds of vulnerabilities in many industries, including healthcare, government, law enforcement and financial institutions in the course of his job and as a long-time member of the Synack Red Team.

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Larry Ricker’s professional experience includes development, system integration, business analysis, testing, design, technical lead, database administration, system administration, consulting, and production and project management.

He’s primarily engaged in team projects for corporations and consulting work in mobile, telephony development, web development, two-factor authentication, security, SOAP and restful web services, voice recognition systems, identity verification, mobile activation and card fulfillment systems.

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Vladimir works as a software engineer at Sqreen where he builds a tool to secure web applications. Previously, he was a professional security auditor and a web developer in agencies. He is one of the most active members of the Node.js Security Working Group where he handles the security of Node.js and its ecosystem

Vladimir is an official Node.js collaborator and his contributions mostly focus in the domain of security and monitoring. He also often gives talks and training to software engineers to teach them about application security.

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Matt Tesauro specializes in using containers for continuous security at AppSec Pipelines and is a founder of 10Security. Prior work includes Senior AppSec Engineer roles at Duo Security, Pearson and Rackspace. Matt has 20+ years of specializing in application and cloud security. He is a project leader for OWASP AppSec Pipeline & DefectDojo projects.

The AppSec Pipeline project brings DevOps lessons to AppSec while DefectDojo is an application that normalizes output from 70+ different security tools. He holds two degrees from Texas A&M University and several security and Linux certifications.

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