I had a chance to give a training on Secure Web Application Coding under Bitshield Security. The company is a training and consulting center.

The first training I conducted was on October 2012 in their office in Shaw Blvd, Mandaluyong. The focus of my talk back then was on the OWASP tools and best practices.

The participants were relatively young and new to information security. The whole training was useful for the participants because they are developers. The good thing about it was that OWASP best practices can now be incorporated in their projects.

(Photos courtesy of Bitshield)

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The participants look very serious. (and they know somebody’s taking their photo!) hehe
I really like writing something on the board! haha
I really like writing something on the board! haha
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Giving a talk all day will make you tired. I need to sit from time to time.

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The second workshop that I conducted was for Bancnet. The training was customized and focused more on secure coding and more application-based approach. I included Payment Card Industry (PCI) Standard as one of the key topics in the discussion.

Getting to know the participants
Getting to know the participants

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In-house training in their office
In-house training in their office

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Demonstrating a source code analyzer from OWASP
Demonstrating a source code analyzer from OWASP

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