Trivandrum: The Computer Emergency Response Team – Kerala (CERT-K) in association with the Thiruvananthapuram based Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management – Kerala (IIITM-K) will organise a three days Web Application security training from April 10 – 12, 2013.
Technical sessions on areas like Web Architectures, Web application introduction, PHP basics, Advanced SQLi, Cross Site Request Forgery, Hijacking, Cookie Poisoning, Webscript Injection, Frame based Web attacks, Click jacking, Damn Vulnerable Web Application, Brute Forcing Web Applications, Attack Mitigation, Compliance Methodologies and Legalities etc. will be discussed by experts during the programme to be held at the IIITM-K campus in Technopark, Trivandrum.
P Balakiran IAS, Deputy Secretary, IT Department will make the introductory address and Dr. A S Kamble, Director – Training, Computer Emergency Response Team, India (CERT-In) will deliver the keynote address.
CERT-K is the nodal agency under the Department of IT, Government of Kerala, for monitoring and reporting cyber security incidents in the State. Ever since its launch, CERT-K has conducted similar trainings and awareness programmes for several Government Departments and Organisations including private institutions. CERT-K works in line with the Indian CERT (CERT-In), the national nodal agency under the Department of IT (Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India) for responding to computer security incidents pertaining to the Indian Cyber Space.
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