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Web Application Security Complete Certification Course

Web Application Security Complete Certification Course

Description

 The Wireless Security Complete Certification Course is the most complete guide for anyone looking to gain an understanding of Wireless Security and its practical application in an IT and Non-IT environment.  
 

This certification kit would be beneficial to recent graduates looking to get a foothold in the IT Industry, individuals and businesses wanting to reduce security risks and avoid potential financial losses, businesses looking to prevent wireless security attacks, IT managers wanting to plan a wireless security strategy, and IT professionals learning about wireless network and security technologies.  
 

  • Protect your wireless networks and prevent unexpected attacks with Wireless Security. Wireless Security is an important security strategy used by individuals and organizations to prevent possible network threats from accessing internal information and data. 


Become a valued member of your organization by learning the importance of implementing Wireless Security technologies and strategies. Wireless Security is increasingly becoming more and more vital in terms of preventing unauthorized access or damage to computer technology using wireless networks. As users of wireless technology continue to grow, so have external risks and threats to the user. There are a number of different wireless security strategies implemented by a variety of organizations.  


This certification course will assist in making you aware of wireless networks, the possible vulnerabilities, and how to secure wireless technologies. This is essential to professionals in order to be updated on the latest wireless trends, and to add to their Wireless Security toolbox.  

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Curriculum

  • Overview of Web Application
    Introduction and Objectives
    In this lecture, we'll discuss some objectives aimed at showing what you can expect to learn from this course.
    0:29
    Definition of Web Application
    This lecture will talk about the definition of web application.
    1:20
    Definition of Client
    0:25
    History of Web Application
    This lecture will discuss the history of web application.
    3:50
    Interface and Structure
    This lecture will explain interface and structure in web application.
    3:31
    Benefits of Web Application
    0:59
    Drawbacks of Web Application
    1:50
    Web Application vs Cloud Application
    This lecture will identify the difference between web application and cloud application. Lecture outline: 0:00 Introduction to the similarities and differences of web application and cloud application 0:28 Cloud Applications 1:42 Web Applications 2:25 Conclusion
    4:00
    Future of Web Application
    1:19
    Reading Assignment Chapter 1
  • Introduction to Web Application Security
    Introduction and Objectives
    0:30
    Web Application Security
    This lecture will talk about the definition of Web Application Security
    2:00
    How Does Web Application Security Work
    This discussion will focus on how web application security works. Lecture outline: 0:00 How web application security works 1:00 Programming Language 2:33 State Maintenance 4:02 Logic Implementation
    5:33
    Web Application Lifecycle Maintenance
    This discussion will center on the maintenance of the web application lifecycle. Lecture outline: 0:00 Introduction to the Web Application Lifecycle 0:27 Evaluation 1:20 Deployment 2:10 Backup 2:49 Monitoring 4:07 Job Scheduling 4:56 Upgrades 5:41 Recovery 7:06 Scaling 8:17 Tuning 9:09 Utility Management
    10:40
    Importance of Web Application Security
    1:33
    Web Application Security vs Network Security
    1:41
    Reading Assignment Chapter 2
  • Web Application Vulnerabilities
    Introduction and Objectives
    0:25
    What Makes Web Application Vulnerable
    This lecture will talk about what makes web application vulnerable.
    1:40
    Web Application Vulnerabilities
    0:26
    Broken Access Control
    This discussion will center on one of the vulnerable points of web applications, namely broken access control.
    3:10
    Broken Authentication and Session Management
    This lesson will center on two of the vulnerable points of web applications, namely broken authentication and session management.
    3:41
    Buffer Overflows
    1:55
    Cross Site Scripting Flaws
    This lesson will center on one of the vulnerable points of web applications, namely cross-site scripting flaws.
    1:16
    Denial of Service
    2:42
    Improper Error Handling
    1:15
    Insecure Configuration Management
    2:33
    Insecure Storage
    2:18
    SQL Injection Flaws
    1:18
    Unvalidated Input
    3:32
    Defensive Measures
    2:25
    Reading Assignment Chapter 3
  • Web Application Security Scanner and Testing
    Introduction and Objectives
    0:25
    Definition of Web Application Security Scanner
    2:52
    Tool Types
    This lecture will identify the different tool types of a web application security scanner.
    2:28
    Functional Requirements
    0:29
    Issues with Web Application Security Scanner
    3:09
    Strengths and Weaknesses
    This lecture will identify the strengths and weaknesses of a web application security scanner. Lecture outline: 0:00 Introduction 0:05 Strengths 0:36 Weaknesses
    3:20
    Definition of Web Application Security Testing
    4:23
    Importance of Web Application Security Testing
    1:32
    Is Web Application Security Testing a Waste of Time?
    1:05
    Guide for Web Application Security Testing
    This lecture will provide a guide for web application security testing. Lecture outline: 0:00 Introduction 0:13 Step One: Objectives 1:05 Step Two: Process and Reporting 1:39 Step Three: Tracking Results 2:29 Step Four: Test Environment 3:01 Step Five: Usability Testing 3:54 Step Six: Unit Testing 4:53 Step Seven: Verifying the HTML 6:33 Step Eight: Load Testing 7:16 Step Nine: User Acceptance Testing 7:42 Step Ten: Testing Security
    8:57
    Reading Assignment Chapter 4
  • Protecting, Improving and Some Guidelines for WAS
    Introduction and Objectives
    0:30
    Protecting Against Attack and Misuse
    This discussion will focus on protection against attack and misuse of web application security. Lecture outline: 0:00 Introduction on Protecting Against Attack and Misuse 0:10 Adapt Policies for Dynamic Application Environments 0:45 Protect both Infrastructure and Users 1:21 Implement Key Cloaking Capabilities 2:00 Prevent Leakage 2:56 Don't Block Nonthreatening Traffic 3:25 Deploy Consistent Security 4:10 Defeat Zero-day Attacks
    4:49
    Basic Guidelines for Providing Security
    This discussion will center on some basic guidelines for providing security. Lecture outline: 0:00 Guidelines for Web Application Security 0:25 Continuously Monitor and Review 0:40 Discover and Crete Baselines 1:29 Shield your Application and Control Damage 1:52 Assess and Assign Risks
    2:19
    Improving Security
    1:54
    Web Application Security Plan
    2:31
    Reading Section- Chapter 5
  • Tips Securing Web Applications
    Introduction and Objectives
    In this lecture, we'll discuss some objectives aimed at showing what you can expect to learn from this course.
    0:25
    Tips on Securing Web Applications
    This lecture will identify some tips on securing web applications. Lecture outline: 0:00 Introduction on Tips to Securing Web Applications 0:37 The Requirement Stage 1:50 The Design Stage 10:23 The Development Stage 14:16 The Pre-Production Stage 14:44 The Maintenance and Support Stage
    17:42
    Reading Section - Chapter 6
  • Flaws, Myths and Best Practices for WAS
    Introduction and Objectives
    0:32
    Security Flaws
    This lecture will expose a few security flaws in web application security. Lecture outline: 0:00 Introduction to the Security Flaws in Web Application Security 0:10 Incorrect Handling 1:01 Information Leakage 1:46 Injection Vulnerabilities
    2:55
    Myth and Reality
    4:56
    Best Practices for Creating Secure Web Applications
    This discussion will focus on some best practices involved in creating a secure web application. Lecture outline: 0:00 Introduction to Best Practices in Web Application Security 0:55 Training and Building Awareness 2:12 Business Requirements and Risk Assessment 3:27 Design and Implementation 5:13 Acceptance for Security
    5:32
    Conclusion
    3:22
    Reading Section - Chapter 7
  • Resources
    Web Application Security Workbook
    Web Application Security Glossary Of Terms

Skills

  • Data Security
  • Information Systems Security

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