|Tampa Bay Florida PHP (Every Fourth Monday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
Tampa Bay PHP is a group of professionals that are dedicated to PHP development and web technology.|
TBPHP actively supports Florida PHP and web communities by organizing technical presentations and mailing lists, networking events, and training.
Our goals are to:
-- Further PHP locally in the area's business, university, and entrepreneurial communities.
-- Collaborate with other technology groups, including non-technical groups, for joint networking, education and social events.
-- Nationally engage the PHP and web communities.
While TBPHP is technically focused, we encourage non-developers to join us for networking and social events.
We also encourage you to contact us to hold special meetings and events for the Florida web community.
|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.
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