Operating an Internet web site is a necessity in today’s eBusiness environment; however, there are many important CyberSecurity risks that come with web applications. Increasingly demanding regulatory requirements, litigations, and intensified lethal attacks on Web-based applications, along with traditional information asset protection, have significantly raised the stakes on the importance of secure application design, testing, certification/accreditation, and audit. Additionally, CyberSpace (IT) applications have become more complex and frequently rushed to market by poorly trained commercial CyberSpace (IT) product and internal developers, increasing the business risks and the challenges to applying and verifying reliable CyberSecurity safeguards.
In this information-packed workshop, we will cover key building blocks and significant risks, and systematically sort through the available CyberSecurity safeguards in today’s complex Web-enabled, multi-tiered applications.
NOTE: Several demonstrations in the course will optionally afford the opportunity for students to try the associated procedures on the Internet with their own computers. Students are invited to bring their own computers to replicate some of the procedures and/or research useful resource sites on the Internet.
- Identify and assess CyberSecurity control points and software building blocks in a multi-tiered web application
- Understand the risks and causes associated with different types of CyberAttacks on web applications
- Evaluate different methods of CyberSecruity testing CyberAuditing web applications throughout the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and after they go into production
- Gain familiarity with industry best practices for secure web application design and operation
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