San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Ethical Hacking Workshop
How do you know a web site is secure?
How do you know your credentials are safe online?
What makes a web site safe?
Do you even know the questions to ask to help determine this?
HTTPs is not the answer and trust is no longer a solution. The only way to be sure is to perform ethical hacking on the web application using a combination of manual and automated penetration testing techniques. These skills are in high demand in the market place right now
But how can one get them?
Well that's easy... if you take the right first step!
Join Queen's University Belfast's Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) in partnership with IBM's Ethical hacking team, The Irish Honeynet Project and OWASP Ireland leaders in a 3 hour hands on workshop that will bring attendee's up to speed on all the latest and greatest security testing techniques that are a concern in the market today.
Compete against your peers to solve increasingly complex security puzzles derived from real world security threats.
Learn how to write and audit secure code as you progress through the Capture the Flag tournament.
People at the event will leave with a real familiarity of security testing best practice, terminology, workflow's and commonly used tool kits.
Bring an open mind and your laptop.
When: Tuesday 2nd September
Time: 11:30am to 3:30pm
Where: ECIT Seminar Room (1st Floor), ECIT Institute, NI Science Park
Other: Free lunch will be provided.