Secure development training according to PCI DSS standard

Training methodology oriented to Secure Development for companies that develop web applications that are subject to PCI DSS due to their own or their clients’ requirements.

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BOTECH Academy's secure development training focuses on Web vulnerabilities classified by OWASP as high risk and its Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS).

During this training, vulnerabilities will be explained theoretically with practical demonstrations and the necessary countermeasures to mitigate them.

The course content, with a total duration of 8 hours, has been developed to enable participants of different knowledge levels to identify vulnerabilities and apply the necessary countermeasures to increase the security of applications in order to create applications without basic flaws and secure.

Emphasis has been placed on meeting the essential security needs of quality assurance testers, web application developers and cybersecurity experts.

formacion para desarrollo seguro pci dss
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Secure Programming Lab

Allows course participants to put their knowledge into practice and reinforce it.

This platform, developed entirely by BOTECH's team of international cybersecurity experts, provides hints and aids that guide the student to solve and resolve different exercises.

How does the secure programming lab work?

  • During the exercises, real vulnerable code is executed, which allows us to know how a vulnerability behaves in non-fictional scenarios.
  • To ensure that this code does not interfere with the platform, the lab has a sandbox, a closed test environment designed to safely experiment with web or software development projects.
  • The platform has an API to be used internally to manage platform users (registrations, cancellations, consultations, etc.) in addition to other functions.
  • Train your team so that they are not the weakest link in the security chain. Ask us!

Train your team so that they are not the weakest link in the security chain. Ask us!

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