Web Security and Bug Bounty Webinar
Event submitted on Friday, May 15th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Wow. This is definitely one of the cooler events that we’ve listed in our directory. Bug bounty programs are increasing in popularity and for all the right reasons. We’ve huge fans here at InfoSec Conferences and wish the team the best of luck with this excellent event. Highly recommended to attend if you’re an up and coming Cybersecurity Professional.
Conference Event Summary
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Want to learn how to develop secure web applications and facilitate the work of your company’s information security department? Or maybe you’ve always wanted to learn it on yourself and become a bug hunter?
Participate in our free “Web Security for Beginners” webinar series. We’ll discuss “Searching for files and directories” on June 4 at 1:00 PM GMT and demonstrate solutions to practice assignments on the Hacktory platform.
Our speaker, a cybersecurity expert, a lecturer with ten years of experience, and the CTO at Hacktory, will teach you how to make your web application really secure.
Who is it for?
IT and cybersecurity specialists, developers, QA experts, system administrators, and novice bug hunters.
You will learn:
✔️ What are the risks posed by an application keeping public-access sensitive files and directories on the server?
✔️ How can adversaries use it to their benefit?
✔️ How to hide files and directories storing sensitive data?
✔️ What else do you need to know to become a successful cybersecurity expert?
No tedious theory! You’ll have an opportunity to solve 2 practice assignments based on real cases with the assistance of our speaker.
🎁 5 participants will also get a promo code for a free month of learning at the Hacktory platform.
Join us on June 4, 1:00 PM GMT.
Registration link: https://hacktory.clickmeeting.com/web-security-and-bug-bounty/register