Web Application Security Workshop - 5th or 6th May 2011
Daily Event: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (BST)
Coventry, United Kingdom
Application ∙ Vulnerability ∙ Testing
Do you know how easy it is for hackers to get into YOUR website?
Have you ever wondered how easy it would be? Rewriting the content? Resetting the Administrator’s password?
We can offer you the opportunity to find out how worryingly easy it can be – at our FREE Cyber Security Workshop.
There’s a very serious side to all this of course – protecting YOUR website from people who indulge in those questionable extracurricular activities.
What are we talking about?
• Access Control
• Session Management
• Data Validation
• Logical Flaws
• Cross-site scripting /XSRF
Why should you come to this?
Our aim is to help you ensure your site is secure and protected. We want to help you keep those malicious hackers at bay. You can leave this workshop confident that your data will be protected.
Who should come to this?
West Midlands based SMEs
Web developers, website managers
Prior ASP & PHP desirable
Agenda: 9.00 – 4.00
• Introductions - 9.30
• eSecurity overview – Cyber Security team
• Tutorial 1, 2 & 3
• Lunch and tour of the International Digital Lab
• Tutorial 4
• Networking and close – 4.00pm
This workshop has a commercial value of £1000, due to AWM funding is available free to West Midlands based Small/Medium sized Enterprises.
This Digital Workshop is from a new range of SME focused services from the Digital Lab Knowledge Exchange team
International Digital Lab
The University of Warwick
WMG, The International Digital Lab
WMG SME Team
WMG has a dedicated SME Programmes Team, led by Dr Mark Swift. The team links SMEs directly with the research and emerging technologies available within the International Digital Laboratory and the new International Institute for Product and Service Innovation. WMG has a long tradition of working with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in order to help them access new technologies and become more competitive.
The team offers a range of services including:
Technology Demonstrations, Workshops, Networking Opportunities, Expert Consultancy, Access to Funding, Access to Research and Development Capability, Access to Students and Graduates.
We have expertise in a range of areas across digital technologies, materials, manufacturing and business management. Current key themes include:
Smarter social media, e-business models, cloud computing, digital manufacturing, mobile apps, product and service evaluation, smart materials, plastic electronics, sustainable polymers and composites, energy usage initiatives and visitor experience technology.