This course is designed to introduce IT professionals to the Payment Card Industry collection of standards as defined and enforced by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council. The first half of the course summarizes the structure and history of PCI, the primary standards documents, and the various certification programs for professionals. The second half of the course dives into a summary of the components of the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). This is a high-level, introductory summary designed to provide a general understanding of the requirements in the PCI DSS.
Instructor: John StrandCourse Length: 16 Hours *Please note, tuition assistance registration closes on July 13 at 10 p.m. ET. Course Description Active Defenses have been capturing a large amount of…
Are you interested in learning how to test different types of APIs for quality and security? Do you want to dive into the essential skills and techniques for testing GraphQL, SOAP, and REST APIs? If so, this course is for you! In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of API testing, including what APIs are, how they work, and why they are important. You will also learn the differences between GraphQL, SOAP, and REST APIs, and how they affect the way you test them for flaws and vulnerabilities. You will gain hands-on experience with various tools and frameworks for API testing, such as Postman, SoapUI, and GraphQL Playground. By the end of this course, you will be equipped to:
This course will teach you how to test web APIs for authorization and access control related security flaws. You will learn how to map API functionality, identify authentication and authorization flaws, and exploit common API vulnerabilities. You will also gain hands-on experience with tools and techniques for testing API authorization mechanisms and access control models. By the end of this course, you will be able to:
If you want to learn how to perform security testing on web applications that use application programming interfaces (APIs), this course is for you. APIs are the connective tissue responsible for transferring information between systems, both internally and externally. They are also a common target for cyberattacks, as they can expose sensitive data, application logic, and internal infrastructure.
Embark on the finale of our Professionally Evil Application Security series with our course, Mastering Client-Side Flaws and Exploitation. In this session, you’ll uncover the secrets of client-side vulnerabilities and learn how to secure web applications against potential threats.
Welcome to the world of application security, where you’ll unravel the hidden flaws lurking within server-side portions of web applications. Join us for the second course in the Professionally Evil Application Security series.
Embark on a journey into the world of web security with Mastering Application Reconnaissance and Mapping. As part of the Professionally Evil Application Security series, this course focuses on the crucial aspects of reconnaissance and mapping within the application penetration testing methodology. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a curious newcomer, this course will equip you with the foundational knowledge and practical skills to assess web applications against potential vulnerabilities.
This 16-hour information security training course will cover the core security skills all Security Operation Center (SOC) analysts need to have. These are the skills that all Black Hills Information Security (BHIS) SOC team members need to have.
Instructor: John StrandCourse Length: 16 Hours *Please note, tuition assistance registration closes on May 11 at 10 p.m. ET. Course Description Active Defenses have been capturing a large amount of…