[unisog] SANS Web Application Security Class for .edus and .govs at CMU June2-3, 2009

Allison MacFarlan amacfar at andrew.cmu.edu
Thu May 7 17:20:37 GMT 2009

The Information Security Office (ISO) at Carnegie Mellon University is 
sponsoring a two day
SANS course Developer 422: Web Application Security Essentials on June 
2-3, 2009. This course
will help you understand the fundamentals behind Web vulnerabilities 
which will enable you to
properly defend your organization’s web assets.

The event is offered for $400/person to EDU and government entities. 
Information on the
event is at the following link:

Johannes Ullrich, PhD a chief research officer for the SANS institute 
will be conducting this
course. Ullrich will discuss mitigation strategies from an 
infrastructure, architecture, and coding
perspective alongside real-world implementations that really work. The 
key security problem
areas of Web applications will be covered as well as new technology 
areas such as AJAX and
Web Services.

Web Application Security Essentials is well-suited to application 
security analysts, developers,
application architects, pen testers who are interested in recommending 
proper mitigations to s
ecurity issues, and infrastructure security professionals who have an 
interest in better defending
their Web application.
Seats are limited, so register soon at 

The ISO looks forward to welcoming you to Carnegie Mellon University!

Allison MacFarlan
Incident Response & Engineering
Carnegie Mellon Information Security
office phone: 412-268-4805

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