December 9th-10th, 2019: Hack Yourself First with Scott Helme – GOTO Academy NL
December 9th-10th, 2019: Hack Yourself First with Scott Helme

GOTO Academy NL

December 9th-10th, 2019: Hack Yourself First with Scott Helme

Price:

€ 1,149.00

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Description

Hack Yourself First at a glance

Hack Yourself First" is all about building up defensive skills in software developers.

Price:

€1149 excl. VAT   

Duration:

2 days, 09:00-17:00

Delivery:

Classroom

Course delivered in English by Scott Helme

Interesting for:

 

Software developers, security professionals, testers and technology management

 

Would you like to join as a group? 

Please email us at training@gotoacademy.nl or call us on +31 639558344.

 

Target Audience:
The audience is a mixture of software developers, security professionals, testers and technology management. Security training is frequently targeted at security professionals; it uses their language, their practices and their tools. The Masterclass is developer-centric and they focus on presenting security in a way that resonates with this audience. We primarily use tools developers are already familiar with such as the browser dev tools and HTTP proxies like Fiddler and Charles.
There's always a breadth of competency and experience so the pace and the depth are tailored accordingly. Often this means a combination of one-on-one time with some participants whilst setting stretch goals for others. Ultimately, everyone gets the opportunity to be challenged whilst not being overwhelmed.
 

About the trainer Scott Helme:

Scott Helme is a Security Researcher, international speaker and trainer. He is  also the founder of the popular securityheaders.com and report-uri.com, free tools to help you deploy better security!

Scott is an absolute industry leader in many of the areas this Masterclass covers and knows the tech inside and out. He's an increasingly public figure at the moment too, often appearing on the BBC and other media programs (his recent appearance on BBC Click where they pull OSINT data on audience members was especially cool).

Find him on Twitter and Linkedin

 

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