Cyber Security Training to Build Defense Walls

A security breach can happen at any point along the route that your company’s data travels.  Making sure your developers have a thorough understanding of how to build security into every customer interaction, every response, and anywhere that your data is vulnerable to attack is key to preventing a security breach. Providing security knowledge to your staff gives power to your entire organization, and TLG Learning’s Secure Programming course is an added defense to protect your organization in today’s sophisticated cyber security world.

Here are three essential skills learned in TLG Learning’s highly ranked Secure Programming class and what clients say about the course:

  1. How to develop applications based on secure coding guidelines. You will take on the role of an attacker and see the security of your environment from the outside.
  1. How the OWASP framework protects the application, as well as where your framework may fall short. Security Project (OWASP) provides developers with the tools to successfully develop applications that are difficult or impossible to hack.
  1. How to prevent common coding vulnerabilities in your software. You will learn what to look for and how to correct those vulnerabilities and code flaws.

“We had great success with the training. It was a real eye opener. We actually came out of the class with how to change some of our underlying code to make it more secure. We will be running this training on a regular basis.” System Architect, York University.

“I was amazed at how knowledgeable the instructor was across all IT fields. It is a true rarity to find someone that can hold their own in a room full of super geeks each in their own field.” Senior Software Applications Engineer, Identity and Access Management, Red Hat.

The Secure Programming course provides a hands-on environment to develop real world skills to help protect you and your customers. Benefits include customer protection, cost savings, and the tools to stay ahead of potential threats. See course outline here or view all Security training courses.

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