360 Secure Coding Awareness Training
The 360 Secure Coding Awareness Training offers software developers all the knowledge and skills they need to develop secure code without security errors. You just provide a list of email addresses of the developers and we will take care of the rest.
Often vulnerabilities in self-developed software programs are the way for hackers to enter the company network. But hackers do not stand a chance when software is developed safely from the very beginning and also maintained in a correct manner.
In our 360 secure coding awareness series all possible attack techniques of hackers are discussed as well as how they can abuse vulnerable code. It discusses what a software developer needs to do to outsmart these hackers via the approach "security by design". At the end of each topic, there is an interactive quiz to test the knowledge of the developer.
The online 360 Secure Coding Awareness Training is a managed service that has been developed by professional trainers, developers and ethical hackers. It is an extremely effective way to successfully train and test all developers in a short time.
- Suitable for all developers (starting or advanced)
- Everyone can understand the videos and learn from them
- Professional content with domain expertise
- Engagingly presented and easy to understand
- A lot of variety (modules, games, cartoons, ...)
- Competitively priced
- Introducing Webapp Security
- Injection attacks and how they can be avoided
- Secure transactions and secure implementations
- Authentication and authorization
- Secure Session Management
- Data security
The 360 package
- Online modules with corresponding tests
- Interactive quizzes, games and newsflashes
- Cartoons, images and infographics
- Illustrating and supporting posters
- Fully managed - (only list with email addresses needed)
- Traceable results and interim follow-up
- Regular memories for employees
- Regular training reports
The 360 Secure Coding Awareness Training helps organizations to prevent data leaks by bringing and keeping the safety awareness of software developers up to date.