|ZEND-Build Security into PHP App (2015-06-23 to 2015-06-25) [Training] (United States)|
INSTRUCTOR LED ON-LINE TRAINING -- Building Security into your PHP Applications|
Building Security into your PHP Applications course is designed for experienced PHP application developers who want to learn, or be reminded of, security best practices. It is also appropriate for new PHP developers who want to learn how to build security into the applications they are learning to create.
This course is offered online - with a live instructor in English- for 6 hours (3 two hour sessions) on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
|Web Security Training (2015-06-22 to 2015-06-25) [Training] (United States)|
Are you handling user input correctly, storing passwords securely, and guarding against SQL Injection and other attacks?|
Learn how to write secure code in our course in Web & PHP Security practices that teaches you everything you need to know to begin protecting yourself from malicious users. This 10 hour, live, online instructor-led class covers the most frequent security attacks, how to detect them, how to protect yourself from them, and how to recover if you are breached. It also covers PHP specific security topics such as best practices for protecting user sessions, working with cookes, and securely handling user logins & passwords.
The class will cover the following topics, and will always be updated with any up-to-date web security vulnerabilities that emerge:
Secure PHP Configuration & Filesystems; Securing Users: User Session Best Practices, Secondary Security Measures, 2-factor authentication, Forgotten Password handling; Basic Web Security: Filtering and Displaying User Input, Brute Force Attacks, Encryption/Hashing of Passwords, Access Control, Man in the Middle Attacks; Common Web Attacks: Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF), Cross Site Scripting Attacks (XSS) - via Reflection, Storage, and DOM; Click-Jacking; Other Web Vulnerabilities: SQL Injection, Code Injection, Command Line Injection, File Upload Attacks, Session Hijacking; Preparation: Pre-emptive measures, Prepared reactions.
|PHP.FRL Monthly Meeting (Every 2nd Last Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (Netherlands)|
PHP.FRL is the PHP usergroup for the province of Fryslân. We organize a meetup on every penultimate Tuesday of the month. A meetup consists of a speaker on a PHP-related topic and room for socializing with a drink and a snack.|
|New York (Every Fourth Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
About New York PHP|
NYPHP is a non-profit organization committed to promoting and supporting the PHP programming language, helping New Yorkers share development experiences, and developing Open Source projects for the PHP community.
Subscribe to our mailing lists and aid the community by sharing your experiences, leading discussions and offering support. Plus, we are always eager for energetic directors to join and help build the NY and worldwide PHP communities.
Our free monthly meetings are open to the public and held on the 4th Tuesday of the month at IBM. Check our website for details.
With PHP connecting many facets of the Internet, we support the AMP (Apache/MySQL/PHP) Technology suite, plus JSP, .NET, ColdFusion, Oracle and a variety of operating systems. Let the NYPHP community help you reach a new level of performance and functionality.
You'll find NYPHP's projects, mailing lists, announcements, job opportunities, and up-to-the-minute information about meetings, news and events at http://nyphp.org.
|AzPHP (Every Fourth Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
Arizona PHP User's Group (AzPHP) is one of the largest PHP user's groups with about 150 members (about 20 attend each meeting). We meet each month at the Microsoft Store in the Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall, and maintain a mailinglist. See the website (azphp.org) for more info.|
|Brisbane PHP User Group (Every Fourth Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (Australia)|
A group of PHP web developers meeting up to discuss web development, industry, tools of the trade and more. Each meeting generally has a few main talks or a set of lightning talks, followed by pizza and plenty of time for discussion. Timing and format varies, so check the meetup website before each meeting for further details.|
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