Secure Coding + OWASP
This course is for those who want to develop a deep understanding of secure coding techniques and the OWASP Top 10.
The Cybur Initiative's Secure Coding + OWASP course is the industry standard for preparation related to defending networks against attacks by implementing proactive protection measures and by responding to active and potential threats.
About the Course
This course help to prepare anyone wishing to protect their organizations assets from cyber criminals. With a focus on an understanding of the OWASP Top 10. This course covers core defensive cybersecurity topics such as practical applications of firewalls, intrusion detection systems, encryption fundamentals, operating system hardening, defending against virus attacks, Trojan horses and spyware, Ransomware, malware, security policies, and security standards
Who This Bootcamp Is For
For those who want to learn secure coding best practices
- For those who want to grow as a cybersecurity professional.
- For those who do better doing hands on learning
Skills you will develop in the bootcamp
Cognitive Science principles support hands-on training and deep learning, which helps you stay engaged and apply what you've learned at work.
Why Secure Coding Matters
- Hacking is growing. The biggest hack was the Equifax breach for $700M, which was caused by a vulnerability on the OWASP list.
- We keep making the same mistakes. Vulnerabilities that are most often not fixed have been #1 or #2 on the OWASP Top 10 for the past 14 years.
- You may qualify for more advanced roles within your company.
It shows your commitment to cybersecurity. It could be easier for you to get a job.
Common Job Roles For CMMC Graduates
- Offensive Security Engineer
- Software Developer
- Software Security Architect
- Information Security Manager
- Offensive Security Engineer PenTester
- Cyber Defense Specialist
- Cybersecurity Engineer
This course is ideal for software developers at all levels:
The U.S. federal government, such as the U.S. Department of State or Department of Defense
Civilian roles, such as federal contractors
Private sector organizations