Webinar Shows Web Security Tactics
“This webinar is a great opportunity for IT managers, web developers, webmasters and other professionals to understand the complex and ever-changing web application security landscape,” says Web Application Security Analyst Emerson Killam.
“Obviously, as more companies use web applications, there needs to be even greater attention paid to covering off application security,” he adds. “After all, no one wants to get their business shut down for days or weeks from a security breach. People have enough to deal with these days. We’re here to help.”
Future PCIS webinars will also provide information for CEOs and people in charge of risk management to understand web security.
Fundamentals of Web Application Security includes a discussion of web application security concepts and terminology, detailed examples of common web application exploits, and strategies on how to secure applications. PCIS will show how web application security exploits are used and how a business may participate in hacking and fraud activities without its knowledge.
The webinar agenda includes:
*Defining web applications
*Network Security vs Web Application Security
*Web Application Hacking Explained
*Common Application Exploits & Examples
*Understanding the Consequences of Security Failures
*Proactive Web Application Security
*Making Your Security Plan
*Devfense Security Solutions
This webinar happens on April 8, from 8:30-8:45 am Pacific Time. To be registered for this webinar, email firstname.lastname@example.org and PCIS will send your registration confirmation information.
About PCIS – www.pcis.com
Pacific Coast Information Systems (PCIS) Ltd. is a full-service technology and consulting firm based in Vancouver. Founded in 1995 as a technology company providing application development and support, PCIS’s core business is to provide technical assessment & services, business analysis, and I.T. project management. PCIS has expertise in networking, security, application development and compliance.
About Boonbox – www.boonbox.net
Boonbox, a division of PCIS, was created in 2007. Boonbox specializes in productivity solutions that deliver immediate results in support of business challenges. Partnered with world-class technology vendors, Boonbox enables mid-sized companies to address security, compliance and data integrity issues.
Jonathon Narvey, Communications
Boonbox / Pacific Coast Information Systems Ltd.
700-1112 Pender Street West
V6E 2S1 Canada
Phone: +1 (604) 844-7558
www.boonbox.net / www.pcis.com
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