OWASP: Threats Fundamentals
About this course:
The OWASP: Threats Fundamental course is one of the training courses under the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) series, which was established with the aim of enhancing the security of the applications. Through OWASP, a trusted way is provided for conceiving, acquiring, developing, operating and maintaining the applications. OWASP documents, tools, chapters and forums are open to all free of cost in order to improve application security. Through this course, an individual can get an overview of the basic concepts, which are integral to the OWASP core values.
The OWASP: Threats Fundamental course is outlined to provide basic fundamental concepts and techniques, which are required to identify various kinds of threats. The course also provides knowledge related to data exposure and cryptography along with concepts to improve security by eliminating risk of misconfiguration.
The expected annual salary of an Information Security Analyst is around $89,000 per annum.
The course is designed to provide the following knowledge to an individual;
- Understanding of the top ten threats in respect of an application.
- Understanding of authentication and session threats along with the identification process.
- Understanding in terms of avoiding security misconfiguration threats.
- Understanding about the prevention of sensitive data from exposure.
- Usage of functional level access control in order to improve security.
The course is beneficial for the following;
- Network security engineers
- Application security engineers
- Ethical hackers
- Software developers
An individual undertaking the course must have basic knowledge of network security and web applications. The course is also beneficial for the developers already on job.