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REN-ISAC and SANS NCSAM Webcast October 28
From: Beth Young <youngba () REN-ISAC NET>
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2013 15:14:39 -0500

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REN-ISAC and SANS are teaming up to target developers for National Cyber
Security Awareness Month. In addition to end users, we believe
developers need guidance and continuing education opportunities as
they are a critical piece of the security puzzle. The REN-ISAC and
SANS will host a webcast on Securing the Developer.  Join us as we
talk about how common application security flaws can be addressed
through developer security awareness training.

Date: October 28, 2013
Time: 11:00AM EST (8:00 PDT)
Title: Web Application Security By Example

Registration link:
https://www.sans.org/webcasts/97325

Organizations today rely on critical software systems to conduct
business. It's these systems, however, that are often at the root of
many headlines about data breaches and corporate hacks. Despite
maturing software development processes and increasing deployment of
software security tools, organizations often do not focus on the most
effective practices for securing critical applications. Common attacks
are often caused by simple mistakes that occur while software is being
developed and deployed. By educating everyone involved in the software
development process, including developers, architects, managers,
testers, business owners and partners, you reduce the chances that
your organization will become a victim of today's data security
threats and ensure they can properly build defensible applications
from the start.

Join Frank Kim, SANS Application Security Curriculum Lead, and learn how
organizations can use the SANS Securing the Human - Developer to train
developers how to avoid common mistakes and create more secure
applications.  See first-hand examples of common application security
flaws that can be addressed through developer security awareness
training and understand why application security should be part of every
organizations' security program.

We hope you can join us on October 28!

Cheers,
Beth


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Beth Young, CISSP
soc () ren-isac net
http://www.ren-isac.net
24x7 Watch Desk +1(317)278-6630
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