The responsibility for the security of sensitive systems will rest increasingly with the web developer, rather than the vendor or system administrator.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
As more applications will become web enabled, the number of web application security issues will increase, traditional local system vulnerabilities, such as directory traversals, overflows and race conditions, are opened up to new vectors of attack. Taking this into account, Ray Friedman, CEO of Mile2, recently announced the Certified Secure Web Application Engineer Course. Graduates of the mile2 Certified Secure Web Application Engineer training obtain real world security knowledge that enables them to recognize vulnerabilities, exploit system weaknesses and help safeguard against threats.
The responsibility for the security of sensitive systems will rest increasingly with the web developer, rather than the vendor or system administrator. As with most security issues involving client/server communications, Web application vulnerabilities generally stem from improper handling of client requests and/or a lack of input validation checking on the part of the developer. The Mile2 Certified Secure Web Application Engineer training teaches students to detect various security issues with web applications and identify vulnerabilities and risks.
Mile2 and Raymond Friedman are aimed at providing Cyber Security training and consulting services that meet military, government and corporate specifications. Ray Friedman, CEO of Mile2 has spearheaded the development of the present series of Mile2 certifications which have become globally recognized by Militaries worldwide. Presently, Raymond carries several certifications and advanced degrees such as the Master of Science in Accounting, the Certified Information Systems Security Officer, Certified Penetration Testing Engineer and Certified Digital Forensics Examiner.
About the company:
Mile2® was developed in response to the threat of corporate and national information security attacks in the aftermath of 9/11. Being a globally respected IT security organization, mile2®, focuses on security training for national and corporate entities who understand the value of “knowing your enemy.” By training businesses and organizations to think like an attacker, mile2® helps clients ensure that their intellectual property and data remain secure. Mile®2’s overarching goal is to establish and contribute to a universal standard that has been adopted by government, military and corporate organizations whose intellectual property, secrets and infrastructure assets are significant strategic targets for entities with malicious and criminal intent. To learn more visit http://www.mile2.com/