24th – 26th September 2018, Phoenix Datacom Cyberlab, Aylesbury
The Institute of Information Security Professionals (IISP), UK has assessed and accredited Tranchulas training.
Courses accredited by IISP enable course participants to build knowledge, competency and develop skills to progress their careers. IISP accreditation means that course materials and content have been assessed to ensure that they meet the stated objectives of the course. Furthermore, IISP verifies that the course content meets the competency level of their Skills Framework.
Who should attend?
Application security managers
Any security professional who is interested in learning about web application security.
Course attendees need a basic knowledge of HTML and Java Script and must bring their own laptop.
This course leads to the exclusive Certified Web Application Security Professional (CWASP) certification, which will test your technical skills on a live but simulated web application where you are expected to discover and exploit security vulnerabilities. Students are required to pass our online lab test in order to receive CWASP certification.
Tranchulas Online Labs
Tranchulas Online Labs are available 24×7 for practicing web attacks learnt during training course. Online labs have several web applications based on real world scenarios which can be exploited and have different difficulty levels. Vulnerabilities include but are not limited to XSS, SQL Injection, CSRF, cookie manipulation, local file inclusion.
Students are required to discover and exploit vulnerabilities in order to pass online labs and receive Tranchulas Certified Web Application Security Professional (CWASP) Certification.
Post Training Support
You can connect with Tranchulas Online labs for 90 days to practice your hacking kung-fu after the training course. During this time our technical team will provide you email/phone/skype support in order to ensure the skills acquired on the training course are being applied correctly.
About the Trainer
Tranchulas training and workshops are conducted by world’s top information security experts. Our instructors are featured speakers at renowned security conferences such as Hack in the Box Malaysia, InfoSek Slovenia, Hack.lu Luxembourg, CONFidence Krakow, Troopers, Shakacon, OWASP Europe and BruCON Belgium.
Course attendees need a basic knowledge of of HTML and Java Script and must bring their own laptop computer.
Laptop minimum requirements:
CPU: 1.5 GHz or higher
Minimum 4 GB RAM
20 GB of free space on your Hard Drive
Wireless 802.11 b/g
Should have the capability to have local administrator access within the Operating system and disable antivirus if required.
You must set up a Windows Virtual machine on your system if your primary OS is not windows.
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