Security is paramount when developing applications for the web. Every year we hear about high profile companies losing sensitive data to intruders, and mainly compromises originate from their web presence. The best way to achieve a truly secure web application is to build that application with security in mind from the start. Join us as we investigate common mistakes and failing in web security, and teach you how to build truly secure web applications from the ground up.

What Will You Learn?

After completing this course, you will be prepared to incorporate standard, best practice security measures into your PHP applications. You will be able to identify the most common types of vector attacks and industry experienced vulnerabilities allowing you to monitor and fortify your application code against them.

What Will You Be Able to Achieve?

  • Building truly secure web applications with confidence and aptitude.
  • Ensure that your application and company avoid an embarrassing hack or data breach.
  • Be sure that you understand and can mitigate the most common web security failings, and understand why “Security First” is the best possible way to code.

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Audience

This course is designed for intermediate to experienced PHP application developers who are looking to enhance their skills and be able to learn or implement security best practices. It is also appropriate for intermediate PHP and professional developers who are interested in studying early on how to build security into the applications as part of their learning process.

Prerequisites

Basic to advanced knowledge of PHP 5 is recommended including experience developing PHP 5 applications. 

Class Format

This online class provides instructor-led 2 hour long lectures coupled with practical examples and student exercises. You will be given a participant course guide, to help you follow along with the lectures and exercises, as well as the solution code to the security practice application.  This class can be also delivered by an instructor on site.

Registration, Terms, and Conditions

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Class Schedule

Our class schedule is updated regularly. Click below to view the upcoming class schedule or to inquire about unlisted dates or times.

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Class Outline

Concepts

  1. What is Security
  2. Defense in Depth
  3. Basic Security Rules
  4. Building Secure Web Applications Guidelines
  5. Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)
  6. Web Application Exploits
  7. Risk Management
  8. Injection

Attacks

  1. SQL Injection
  2. XSS Injection
  3. Cross-site forgeries (CSRF)
  4. Brute Force
  5. Broken Authentication and Session Management
  6. Insecure Direct Object References
  7. Security Misconfiguration
  8. Insufficient Cryptographic Storage
  9. Missing Function-Level Access Control
  10. Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities
  11. Invalidated Redirects and Forwards

Prevention

  1. Secure Configuration
  2. Authentication Techniques
  3. Password Cryptography 
  4. Hermetic Filtering/Validation/Escaping Techniques
  5. Handling Asynchronous Web Calls (AJAX)
  6. Lock down Database Security
  7. Employing Access Controls and Handling Account Lockouts (ACL)
  8. White Listing Techniques
  9. Using an API Framework (Apigility)
  10. Creating a Standard Review Process
  11. Captchas, Tokens and Session Managment
  12. Cryptographic Storage Techniques
  13. Extension Evaluation
  14. Securing File Uploads
  15. Logging
  16. Web Server Security

Resources

  1. Additional Learning Resources
  2. Security Standards
  3. Penetration Testing
  4. Performance Tools