secure application development course

From: Johan Peeters (
Date: 01/16/05

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    Solvay Business School, in partnership with Katholieke Universiteit
    Leuven and L-Sec (Leuven Security Excellence Consortium), is running
    an intensive secure application development course for experienced
    software practitioners from February 28th to March 4th 2005 in

    Leading world experts teach this new course, including
    prof. dr. ir. Bart Preneel, who heads COSIC, the renowned crypto lab,
    prof. dr. ir. Frank Piessens, who provides the only secure software
    development university course in the Low Countries, Ken van Wyk,
    co-founder of CERT Coordination Center and author of the widely
    acclaimed O'Reilly book "Secure Coding: Principles and Practices",
    prof. dr. Konstantin Beznosov who teaches computer security at the
    University of British Colombia, dr. Dirk Dussart, a senior security
    auditor and architect and author of ground-breaking threat modeling
    guidelines and prof. dr. ir. Andrť MariŽn, former Ubizen's chief
    scientist and architect of several world-class security products.

    The course focuses on secure software engineering principles and
    techniques for countering threats and vulnerabilities in today's
    target environments.

    It provides participants with a thorough preparation for secure
    application development.
    Participants who complete the course will be able to:
        * Use mainstream security technologies,
        * Identify security related requirements,
        * Design secure application architectures,
        * Design cost-effective security features,
        * Avoid coding vulnerabilities,
        * Ascertain security qualities in existing applications.

    In order to benefit optimally from the course, participants must have
    a working knowledge of most of the following:
        * An unmanaged programming language such as C or C++;
        * A managed programming language such as Java or C#;
        * Key Internet applications such as mail, directory services,
          network file systems, remote procedure calls.

    For further information and registration details, visit

    Johan Peeters
    +32 16 649000

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