In our last webinar “How to avoid next solar winds security incident“, we went over some of the most exciting vulnerabilities. In this one, we make the first step towards educating developers to write more secure code.
As it turns out, all is not lost. There are good security practices that make your software less vulnerable to hacks, and in this seminar, we will go over them. We will cover Data Flow Diagram (DFD), Attack Trees, CVSS, Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool (MTM), and MITRE ATT&CK.
April 22, Thursday, 12 PM CST
Mark Kerzner is an experienced, hands-on software architect, practicing and teaching AI, Machine Learning, Blockchain, Spark, Hadoop, NoSQL, and more. He worked in a variety of verticals (Hightech, Healthcare, O&G, Legal, Fintech). His classes are hands-on and draw heavily on his industry experience. Mark is certified in Google Cloud (GCP), Amazon (AWS), and Hadoop. He is also an author and maintainer for a popular open-source project for lawyers and researchers, FreeEed, which deals with search and massive scalability
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