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OWASP Top Ten (Top of the Pops style)

This is one in a series of videos and blog posts that explore the top 10 most critical web application security risks as defined by OWASP. Unlike my other posts where I explore a specific threat or how to mitigate it, this is a tongue in cheek run down of the OWASP Top Ten risks and mitigations in the style of the classic 1970s show – Top of the Pops.


Phil Stirpe | 6 February 2013

This is one in a series of videos and blog posts that explore the top 10 most critical web application security risks as defined by OWASP. Unlike my other posts where I explore a specific threat or how to mitigate it, this is a tongue in cheek run down of the OWASP Top Ten risks and mitigations in the style of the classic 1970s show – Top of the Pops.

What can I say?

After a brilliant debut of our OWASP curriculum last week, I felt enthused to try something a little different.

You can read the full transcript here.



Training?

If you are interested in OWASP training, we offer the following courses:

Developing Secure Java Web Applications - Mitigating the OWASP Top 10 Security Vulnerabilities

Developing Secure .NET Web Applications - Mitigating the OWASP Top 10 Security Vulnerabilities

Developing and delivering dynamic web sites using Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP

See you soon.

Phil Stirpé
"I don't do average!"


Phil-Stirpe

Phil Stirpe

Head of Agile

Philip is a Microsoft Certified Trainer - MCT based in the North-West, and has been involved in software development and IT training for over 26 years. Philip is actively involved in vendor relationships. He has delivered Visual Studio, .NET, Silverlight, WPF and LIVE training courses on behalf of Microsoft worldwide and recently developed and delivered a wide portfolio of AWS training with Amazon Web Services. His areas of interest include Visual Studio, .NET, Amazon Web Services - AWS, Web Application Security, DevOps and Configuration Management, Scrum and Agile Software Development. Philip is currently involved in developing QA’s Agile curriculum across all of its practices as well as developing QA’s Configuration Management portfolio with courses in tools including Chef and Puppet. He is passionate about developing and delivering training that meets the needs of the client and exceeds their expectations. Philip has also pioneered various techniques and tools to help other trainers in QA to develop including the use of video and audio recording at QA in order to produce Train the Trainer material for each of his courses. In addition, he introduced a Bitesize programme where trainers deliver short briefings to colleagues after class in order to help share skills. Philip develops a great number of QA authored courses. Recent courses include ASPNET MVC, OWASP for Java, Puppet and Chef.
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