About the PHP Application Security Training Course

Security is a top concern shared by all company stakeholders. We have all read about the terrible financial and reputational costs associated with a successful attack.

Loosely based on the OWASP Top 10, this course teaches you about critical vulnerabilities unique to PHP applications.

The course labs feature a unique security portal that allows you to examine and fix specific vulnerabilities with pinpoint accuracy.

In this course you learn:

  • How to protect against SQL injection, XSS, CSRF and other attacks
  • Basic security concepts
  • What goes into a security audit
  • Filtering, validation, and sanitization
  • Cryptography basics
  • PHP security best practices

Who Should Take This Course?

This course is a must for PHP developers at all levels. DevOps, team leads and development managers will also benefit from taking this course. Anyone with a basic knowledge of PHP who has a responsibility for a PHP web application will find the course essential for the health and well-being of their company’s or customers’ websites.

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  • Basic knowledge of PHP
  • Basic knowledge of databases and SQL

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Why Take the Course?

This course is vitally important due to the significant role PHP plays in web development, powering a vast array of websites and applications. The course equips you with the knowledge and skills to identify, mitigate, and prevent security vulnerabilities inherent in PHP applications. With cyber threats evolving in sophistication, understanding security best practices, including secure coding techniques, session management, filtering, validation, and sanitization of user inputs is indispensable. By mastering these aspects, you can safeguard sensitive data, maintain user trust, and ensure the integrity and reliability of your applications. Furthermore, a deep understanding of PHP security can help in adhering to compliance standards and avoiding potential legal and reputational risks associated with data breaches.