The objective of this course is to create awareness among those involved in the development of software solutions with GeneXus about the importance of security and techniques for the detection, validation, and mitigation of potential risks in applications.
It is mainly focused on GeneXus users, from analysts, developers, and testers to project managers, who want to learn more about the main security risks existing today.
The latest publication of the OWASP Top 10 ranking is used as a reference and guide for the course. This publication includes the most common risks facing applications today.
The course is oriented mainly at individuals who work with GeneXus, such as analysts, developers and testers, and also project managers who wish to be informed of the main security risks of today.
A minimum of 6 months of development experience with GeneXus Web is recommended.
Participants must attend the course with their own computers, which must include the possibility of wire or wireless connection to the testing environment that will be deployed. Access is through remote desktop.
The in-person exam takes place on a PC, including multiple choice and True/False questions intended for verifying whether the student has actually comprehended the basic concepts dealt with during the course. The minimum passing grade is 70%. The corresponding certificate is awarded to all students who pass the exam. More info.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
9 A.M. to 1 P.M. (GMT-4)
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