Lack of secure coding may lead to security vulnerabilities keeping the organization and its customers at risk.
For a long, Java has been widespread and has been popular to develop web applications. Due to its popularity, there has been a huge spike in its community, 3rd party modules/libraries, and frameworks. There are many reasons to learn secure coding and one of the reasons can be “Directly using solutions from the community” or “usage of 3rd party modules” without knowing about security.
This training tends to provide a guide to make the code secure and guard against security vulnerabilities. This training will help you in:
Training level: Intermediate; Advanced
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Gaurav Nayak is an information security professional having 8+ years of corporate experience with expertise in web, mobile, secure source code review, and development. He is active in open security communities like null, OWASP and in the past, he has also given talks at such local communities. In his spare time, he loves to learn about binary exploitation and trekking.
Mihir Doshi is an information security enthusiast having 6+ years of corporate experience. His expertise is in web, mobile application security assessment, and development. He is active in open security communities like null, OWASP and in the past, he has also given talks at such local communities. He gives his spare time learning IoT security, popping up machines on hack the box, and playing games.