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Secure Coding Practices & Automated Assessment Tools Tutorial: Understand Injection Attacks, Pointers & Strings, Numeric errors, Exceptions, and more!

Cybersecurity Specialists Bart P. Miller and Elisa Heymann from the National Science Foundation’s Cybersecurity Center of Excellence at the University of Wisconsin will teach U-Iowa application developers and cybersecurity professionals how to minimize security flaws in the software they develop or manage.

Their tutorial will cover the defensive side of security—how to prevent problems by exposing vulnerabilities that occur in real code, the techniques used to prevent them and how to use automated analysis tools to detect flaws in software.

For a full description of this tutorial and trainer biographies, PDF icondownload this pdf document.

Who Should Attend?

U-Iowa technical personnel involved with the development, deployment, assessment or management of software.

Prerequisites?

For maximum benefit, attendees should be familiar with the process of developing software and be proficient with at least one of the C, C++, Java or other scripting programming languages. Prior knowledge of security assessment or vulnerabilities isn’t necessary.

When and Where?

Tuesday Sept. 17, 2019, 8:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. in the Herky Room (#343) of the Iowa Memorial Union. Space is limited; register today!