Every day millions of pieces of sensitive data, both personal and business related, are processed by web applications. And every day, applications are at risk of being exposed to new PHP security threats that make that sensitive data vulnerable to attack. With the cost of data breaches averaging over $3.8M and mean time to identify attacks topping 190 days, it’s critical to ensure the security and compliance of your PHP applications and stacks.
Join Daryl Wood, senior software engineer and trainer, for a two-part webinar series discussing the best practices every development team should follow to ensure the security of their web applications.
In this webinar, we’ll dive deeper into the PHP coding best practices which help with security including:
- Logs: Web server (Apache) and PHP application
- Code: Injection handling input and output
- Code: Different logs for different severities
- Updating PHP on a staging server