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These courses are for the professionals engaged in information security. These courses offer professionals to make their career in the area of information security.



Digital Forensics Training

The term cyber-crime no longer refers only to hackers and other external attackers. Almost all every case of financial fraud or employee misuse involves a very strong element of computer-based evidence. SecureNet Technology brings together its consolidated expertise into a four-day hands-on training on Digital Forensic Analyst. The entire workshop is driven by hands-on exercises and case studies to ensure that all aspects have a real-life scenario-based approach.

Course Contents

  • Session 1: Case Studies
  • Session 2: Forensics Science
  • Session 3: Digital Forensics Fundamentals
  • Session 4:Digital Evidence Fundamentals
  • Session 5: Evidence Acquisition
  • Session 6: Types of Acquisition
  • Session 7: Digital Forensics Investigation Process
  • Session 8: Understanding hard disks and file systems
  • Session 9: Forensics Analysis
  • Session 10: Recovering Deleted files and partitions
  • Session 11: Forensics Analysis using FTK and Encase
  • Session 12: Stegnography and Image file Forensics
  • Session 13: Log analysis
  • Session 14: Mobile Forensics Overview
  • Session 15: Reporting

Secure Coding Practices

The course will present security guidelines and considerations in Web Applications Development. Participants will learn how to enforce security on a application in the code level, and security best practices to be followed in each phases of software development life cycle. The course revolves around testing and fixing of issues filed under OWASP TOP 10.

Course Contents

  • Session 1: Case Studies
  • Session 2: Overview - Application Security
  • Session 3: OWASP Top Ten Vulnerabilities
  • Session 4:Introduction to Secure Coding
  • Session 5: Desigining Secure Architecture
  • Session 6: Secure Java and JSP Programming
  • Session 7: Digital Forensics Investigation Process
  • Session 8: Secure JavaScript and VBScript Programming
  • Session 9: Secure ASP Programming
  • Session 10: Secure Microsoft.NET Programming
  • Session 11: Secure PHP Programming

Secure Java Developer

The course will present security guidelines and considerations in Java Web Applications Development. The participants will learn how to enforce security on a J2EE application, enabling standard J2EE security mechanisms and more importantly why to implement security. The course revolves around testing and fixing of issues filed under OWASP TOP 10.

Course Contents

  • Session 1: Case Studies
  • Session 2: Overview - Application Security
  • Session 3: OWASP Top Ten Vulnerabilities
  • Session 4:Countermeasures
  • Session 5: Introduction to Secure Coding
  • Session 6: Secure Coding Practices
  • Session 7: Secure Development Life Cycle
  • Session 8: Java Security
  • Session 9: Security Issues with Java
  • Session 10: Class Loader
  • Session 11: Security Manager
  • Session 12: Security Extensions
  • Session 13: JSP Security
  • Session 14: Security Policy
  • Session 15: Permissions in Java

Secure Dot NET Developer

The course will present security guidelines and considerations in .NET applications development. The participants will learn how to enforce security on a .NET application, using .NET crypto API and other security related issues. In addition, the course presents an overview of .NET's Security Framework, including authentication and authorization implementation.

Course Contents

  • Session 1: Case Studies
  • Session 2: Overview - Application Security
  • Session 3: OWASP Top Ten Vulnerabilities
  • Session 4:Countermeasures
  • Session 5: Introduction to Secure Coding
  • Session 6: Secure Coding Practices
  • Session 7: Secure Development Life Cycle
  • Session 8: Secure .Net
  • Session 9: Securing Application with .NET MVC
  • Session 10: Securing WCF Services