Infosec Learning Cyber Security Workforce Education Program

Courses are self-paced, and instructor facilitated. Instructors have decades of industry knowledge and experience and are available by e-mail throughout the course. Virtual labs provide real-world, hands-on experience in online, remote live lab settings. You will be provided with easily accessible eBook content for your study and reference.

Within 72 hours of receiving your online registration, we will e-mail you instructions on how to begin this online course. The e-mail will contain your access code and a link to the Infosec Learning website where you will create a username and password, redeem this access code, and begin your course. You will have access to the course for twelve weeks from the time that you redeem your access code.

Once you complete the course, your instructor at Infosec Learning will notify us. We will then prepare your Certificate of Completion and mail to you. CEUs are awarded upon successful completion. If you have any questions, please call 703-257-6590.

 

Securing Web Applications (Online)
 

The Internet is an integral part of most organizations today, but this widely used public network is also the source of data theft, cyberstalking, and many other threats. Organizations with a significant Web presence, such as e-commerce sites, must ensure their Web applications are as secure as possible. This course explores managing risk in Web applications, identifying and classifying weaknesses, and strategies for developing secure Web applications. Prerequisite: You should have general knowledge of server/client networking, network border protection such as firewalls, and common types of malware. You should also be familiar with the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Learning Objectives: Compare and contrast Web-based risks. Analyze common Web site attacks, weaknesses, and security best practices. Describe the attributes and qualities of secure coding practices.

 

Prerequisite: You should have general knowledge of server/client networking, network border protection such as firewalls, and common types of malware. You should also be familiar with the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
 

Catalog Number Day(s) Date(s) Time Fee Location
ITEC 1451--01M / $900.00 Manassas Campus - Online
Class Number: 65866      
Registration is continuous throughout semester.
Instructor: Infosec Learning Staff
Sessions: 0 (2.25 CEU)