February BPTN Masterclass- Defence in depth: Building security in code
Defence in depth: Building security in code
A majority of security vulnerabilities have their origins in seemingly innocuous minor lines of code. Across the software ecosystem, hastily written functions, deprecated library packages and poorly designed classes are harbingers of a massive security breach.
This talk will focus on coding best practices and basic security hygiene that can help counter commonly observed security loopholes and contribute toward building solid, robust systems.
Our next Master Class is on Feb 20 at 12 noon.
This masterclass talk will focus on:
- Coding Best Practices
- Basic Security Hygiene
- Commonly Observed Security Loopholes
- Building Solid Robust Systems
How To Apply: Click “Register ” and fill out your application to be part of this Masterclass. There’s a limited amount of seats available.
Please Note: Registration includes completing 20 questions which should take you about 7 minutes to complete. We use this information to learn about you to curate better-suited programming.