Public Classes

Secure Ideas periodically hosts security training classes that are open to the public. These classes are hosted out of our dedicated training room in our Jacksonville office, but can also be brought on-site to your location.

Application Security and Testing

Course Description

Are you a developer who wants to better understand web application security? Are you a security practitioner who needs to delve into web app penetration testing? Well now you have your chance! Come and learn how to hack web applications and services from our Professionally Evil experts!

Required Equipment

Students will need to bring a laptop running the latest version of VMWare Workstation/Player/Fusion/VirtualBox. The machine will need: A minimum of 4GB of RAM, 50GB free HD space, and wifi capabilities.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of Linux commands, HTML, and Javascript is recommended.

Topic Summary

  • Web Penetration Testing Methodology
  • Development Standards
  • Using tools such as Burp Suite to manually evaluate your applications
  • Understand the risks and vulnerabilities within modern applications
  • Explore hands on exercises testing for various security flaws
  • Understand deploying the OWASP Proactive Controls
  • Testing SOAP and RESTful web services
  • Advanced exploitation techniques
Seat Cost: $1500 regular, $999 until March 31
Length: 3 days
Where: Fort Mill (Charlotte Area)
When: April 23-25, 2018
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Tactical Sec Ops

Course Description

Tactical Security Ops is a hands-on class that provides the basic building blocks for a student to create their own security operations discipline. Students will spend more than half of the course in labs implementing security tools, analyzing log data and network traffic. Class discussions will focus on the stages of security operations and how to adapt tools and processes to their own environments whether they are large or small.

Required Equipment

Laptop with 4-8GB of RAM, 50GB of space and a wireless NIC. VMWare (workstation, player, or fusion) is required! A virtual machine will be distributed at the beginning of class and it does not play well with Oracle Virtual Box.

Prerequisites

Students must have a good understanding TCP/IP, Windows and Linux/UNIX systems administration. Proficiency with Linux and UNIX text editing tools (vi editor) is suggested. This is a very hands-on course and it is strongly recommended that students are comfortable with using command line based utilities.

Topic Summary

  • Introduction
  • Discovery
  • Implementation
  • Monitoring, Analysis & Tuning
  • Response
  • Research
  • Wrap Up
Seat Cost: $1000
Length: 2 Days
Where: tbd
When: tbd
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Secure Web App Development

Course Description

This two-day course is designed to improve a developer's knowledge of common web application vulnerabilities. It is structured as a hands-on course that goes through the details of the OWASP Top-10 in a lab environment, with open discussions on how best to write defensive code against these vulnerabilities. Students should leave this course with a clear understanding of how web applications are attacked and which countermeasures are the most affective.

Required Equipment

This hands-on course is taught using a VMWare virtual machine environment. Students must bring a laptop with a minimum of 4GB RAM and 20GB free disk space. VMWare player or workstation (for Windows) or VMWare Fusion (for Mac) must also be installed.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of Linux commands, HTML, and Javascript is recommended.

Topic Summary

  • Standards & Guidelines
  • Test Lab & Targets
  • OWASP Top 10 (deep dive)
  • Web Services
  • Student Challenge
Seat Cost: $1000
Length: 2 Days
Where: tbd
When: tbd
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Mobile Application Testing with MobiSec

Course Description

In this hands-on, lab driven course students will be taught a methodology and series of techniques used to perform penetration testing of mobile devices and applications. This course, created by the project leads for the OWASP MobiSec project, uses intense lab driven learning that allows the student to understand techniques, tools and a methodology for testing mobile applications. Note that the practical exercises for this course are focussed on the Android environment but the process and course documentation apply equally to testing of iOS applications.

Required Equipment

This hands-on course is taught using a VMWare virtual machine environment. Students must bring a laptop with a minimum of 4GB RAM (at least 8GB recommended) and 30GB free disk space. VMWare player or workstation (for Windows) or VMWare Fusion (for Mac) must also be installed. The MobiSec class VM does not currently work on VirtualBox.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of Linux commands is recommended.

Topic Summary

  • Introduction
  • Mobile Applications
  • Mobile Test Lab
  • Reconnaissance
  • Application Mapping
  • Vulnerability Discovery
  • Exploitation
  • Student Challenge
Seat Cost: $1000
Length: 2 Days
Where: tbd
When: tbd
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