SANS AppSec 2010
Venue: Sheraton Fisherman\'s Wharf
|Event Date/Time: Jan 29, 2010||End Date/Time: Feb 05, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Dec 16, 2010|
We are bringing you this first conference with What Works in Application Security Summit 2010 (February 4-5). These two SANS events offered together will provide an unprecedented amount of training and information that you don't want to miss.
The following courses were scheduled so that you can take more than one and attend the Summit, too!
- Security 542: Web App Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking - Kevin Johnson
- Developer 422: Defending Web Applications Security Essentials - Tanya Baccam
- Developer 541: Secure Coding in Java/JEE: Developing Defensible Applications - Frank Kim
- Developer 544: Secure Coding in .NET: Developing Defensible Applications - David Rice
- Developer 548: Secure Coding in C: Developing Defensible Applications
- Developer 545: Secure Coding in PHP: Developing Defensible Applications - Johannes Ullrich, Ph.D.
- Developer 534: Secure Code Review for Java Web Apps - Frank Kim
- Developer 320: Introduction to the Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle - Johannes Ullrich, Ph.D. and Jason Lam
These SANS courses address the actual problems application developers and programs face every day. Our world-class instructors are practitioners who solve real-world problems and who can present "proven" solutions. In addition to being seasoned professionals, SANS faculty members are extraordinary speakers. They bring the information to life with real-world stories, and enable you to leave with the knowledge and confidence to put what you learned to work the day you return to the office.
This event provides plenty of networking opportunities so that you can increase your list of technical and professional contacts. Valuable professional relationships are forged at SANS events that last for years.
"I needed specific information on how to lock down our applications, and this course has helped me in doing that (DEV544)." - Melisa Wentz, Jacobs
"An excellent course for those just starting to look at web app security and want to know where to start and where to go (DEV534)." - Michael Schanberger, TESSCO Technologies
Our two SANS events are being held at the newly renovated Sheraton Fisherman's Wharf Hotel. This hotel is centrally located in one of San Francisco's most popular neighborhoods.
A special rate of $139 S/D will be honored based on space availability and includes high-speed Internet in your room. This rate is only available through January 11, so don't delay!
Here's what a few of our past attendees had to say about some of our featured courses:
"This course (SEC542) opened my eyes and gave new perspectives of web app penetration testing." - Ji Lee, Seamless Web
"If you feel that you have no idea what people are talking about when they say 'cross-site scripting' or 'SQL Injection,' this (DEV422) will get you in-the-know and show how to test for and prevent these attacks." - Kyle Farris, Info Tech, Inc.
"Even though I have had exposure to much of the information, this course filled in learning gaps and presented scenarios the learning could be applied to (DEV541)." - Jarad Bard, Bureau of Land Mgmt.
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Start making your plans today to join SANS in San Francisco for a unique and compelling event! SANS AppSec 2010 and WhatWorks in Application Security Summit 2010!