Web Security Training


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Great talk. Chris Cornutt has a great knowledge of the tools and skills required to properly secure a web application to the best of one's ability, and deal with the consequences of a hack.

It would have been nice to see more real examples of recovering from hacks, and tools for finding exploits, but for the topic of recovery and discovery was still brought up to great detail.

Good info to take back and put into production!

Lots of material for review later. In that regard, am looking to see speaker deck published, as that's really the core take away. Thanks.

Tyler Schade at 10:08 on 26 May 2016

Chris did a really good job. I think the 8.5 hr format is really difficult to keep people engaged, but Chris did a good job nonetheless.

Jill Femister at 16:53 on 26 May 2016

The presentation was very well organized, informative, and covered a lot of material and best practices. Chris's style of presenting the material allowed for staying on track and covering a lot of ground.

I would have liked to have had a copy of the presentation available ahead of time so I could have written in the margins and taken better notes for future reference.

Adam Petersen at 16:56 on 26 May 2016

Great talk, really hit all the highlights of web security as far as I'm concerned. Seemed like an appropriate dive into each subject.

Andy Snell at 18:06 on 29 May 2016

Great overview of web security threats and prevention. Chris is a great presenter and easy to understand. The one improvement I would suggest would be to have a vagrant box available ahead of time, instead of cloning a repository and trying to get it to work on different systems that did not already have dependencies like SQLite installed. I think we used up all of our time to the first break just to get people up and running with the local PHP server method. I would attend another training or seminar session led by Chris.