The Secure Architecture and Design training course is designed to give an architect or senior developer a comprehensive understanding of the risks of building today’s information systems, using Participants own architectures as examples, so that results are directly applicable. The class includes a live review of these actual architectures to demonstrate how to conduct a full-fledged architecture review.
By attending Secure Architecture and Design workshop, Participants will learn to:
- List network security tools and recommendations for securing the network
- Discuss host security concepts covering common malware including worms, viruses, spyware, Trojan horses, and root kits
- Identify the SANS Top 25 list of critical software vulnerabilities
- Design an architecture diagram
- Discuss how to manage security as risk and communicate this risk throughout the organization
- Determine the level of risk inherent in their own applications
- Conduct a security architecture review using their own architecture
- Discuss security leadership and the role architects play in the overall environment and defenses
- An understanding of security fundamentals.
The Secure Architecture and Design class is appropriate for experienced developers and architects who need to understand how to architect and design secure systems. No background in information security is necessary.