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Member Spotlight: Secure Ideas

   

Member Spotlight: Secure Ideas

 

Secure Ideas is excited to announce that we will be offering several world-class training opportunities to the Jacksonville area.  Professionally Evil Application Security and Professionally Evil Network Testing are two separate 3-day training courses in Jacksonville Florida March 19-March 21, 2019. Secure Ideas is bringing together expert instructors with in-depth, hands-on training materials. This allows attendees to gain knowledge on security issues, testing, and defenses that they can use the very first day they return to work.

 

The Professionally Evil CISSP Mentorship program is designed as a series of weekly mentor led discussion and review sessions along with various student support and communication methods, spanning a total of 9 weeks and beginning on March 26.  These work together to provide the student a solid foundation to not only help in passing the certification but to continue as a collection of information for everyday work.

 

Whether you are a developer, system admin, or a security consultant these training events have something for you.  Active and Veteran military, law enforcement, and first responders receive significant discounts for these training opportunities.  Please contact us for more information!

 

Professionally Evil Application Security

Secure Ideas' Professionally Evil Application Security (PEAS) class focuses on web and mobile application and API flaws such as the OWASP Top 10. The students will explore SamuraiWTF and various targets to learn the techniques of penetration and security testing. We will also focus on the various vulnerabilities that affect applications and web APIs. The class will teach these vulnerabilities, such as XSS, CSRF, SQL injection, and others, from both the perspective of how to find them within an application and how to defend against the attacks.

 

Throughout the three days, the students will reinforce the knowledge by performing hands-on exercises. These exercises lead the student through the various security issues within applications and APIs. The capstone of the PEAS class is the capture-the-flag (CTF) event on day three. This CTF is designed to simulate a real-world penetration test to allow the attendees to practice the techniques learned throughout the class.

 

Professionally Evil Network Testing

The Professionally Evil Network Testing (PENT) course is a three-day course that will teach attendees a basic methodology for network penetration testing and an introduction to the latest tools and techniques. Students will walk through the phases of Reconnaissance, Mapping, Discovery, Exploitation, and Post-Exploitation with hands-on demonstrations designed to build their skill as a penetration tester. The course will demonstrate real-world techniques that teach students how they can pivot from seemingly low-risk vulnerabilities into full domain take over, with a goal of demonstrating actual business risk to the organization.

 

Hands-on technical exercises reinforce every part of this course allowing attendees the opportunity to use common tools and tactics in a safe & structured learning environment. By the end of the 3-day training, students will understand the structure of a penetration test and have the experience necessary to begin practicing the demonstrated skills.

 

Professionally Evil CISSP Mentorship

The Professionally Evil CISSP Mentorship program uses multiple communication and knowledge sharing paths to build a comprehensive learning environment focused on both passing the CISSP certification and gaining a deep understanding of the 8 domains of the CBK.

The program consists of the following parts:

  • Official study guide book
  • Weekly live session with instructor(s)
    • Live session will also be recorded
  • Private Slack team for students and instructors to communicate regularly
  • Practice exams
  • While we believe students will pass on their first try, we also include the option for students to take the program as many times as they want, any time we offer it.

Check us out and say hello!

866-404-7837

info@secureideas.com

www.secureideas.com