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Securing Databases | Database Security (TT8700)

this course delves profoundly into sound practices and procedures that apply to the whole lifecycle of software advancement.

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this course delves profoundly into sound practices and procedures that apply to the whole lifecycle of software advancement.

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About this course:

Securing Databases is an extreme training workshop/seminar of database security required for developers and DBAs who need to create secure database applications and oversee secure databases. Notwithstanding showing essential abilities, this course delves profoundly into sound practices and procedures that apply to the whole lifecycle of software advancement. Maybe similarly as fundamentally, understudies find out about current, genuine models that delineate the potential outcomes of not following these great procedures.

Information, databases and related assets are at the core of most IT frameworks. These advantages can have a high incentive from a regulatory, business, and obligation point of view. They should to secured as needs are. In this course, over and over assault and afterward guard different resources related to a completely useful database. This methodology shows the mechanics of how to protect databases in the most functional of terms.

Security specialists concur that the least viable way to deal with security is "infiltrate and fix". Subsequent to investing critical energy attempting to safeguard an ineffectively structured (from a security point of view) application of database, understudies are prepared to figure out how to secure their applications and databases beginning at project origin. The last bit of this course expands on the recently learned mechanics for building protections by investigating how analysis and plan can be utilized to construct more grounded applications from the starting point of the product lifecycle.

The normal compensation of a Data Security Analyst is $64,652 every year.

Course Objective:

Working in an environment of dynamic learning, participants will figure out how to:

  • Defend and prevent numerous potential vulnerabilities related to untrusted information
  • Test databases with different techniques of assault to decide the presence of and adequacy of layered barriers
  • Comprehend the terminology and concepts behind designing, supporting, and deploying secure databases.
  • Familiar with the consequences for not appropriately dealing with untrusted information, for example, cross-site scripting, denial of service, and injections.
  • Comprehend the presently acknowledged best procedures for supporting the numerous security needs of databases.
  • Escalate the size of the issues related to information security and the potential dangers related to those issues
  • Recognize, assault, and implement resistances for the functionality of authorization and authentication.
  • Comprehend the vulnerabilities related to authorization and authentication inside the context of databases and applications of database
  • Recognize, assault, and actualize resistances against XSS and Injection assaults
  • Comprehend the risks and components behind Injection attacks and Cross-Site Scripting (XSS).
  • Comprehend the utilization of Threat Modeling as an instrument in recognizing programming vulnerabilities dependent on sensible dangers against important resources
  • Familiar with the terminology and concepts behind protective, secure, coding.
  • Structure and create solid, hearty authorization and authentication and executions
  • Perform both dynamic database testing and static audits to reveal vulnerabilities
  • Comprehend the basics of Encryption and as to how it may be utilized as a major aspect of the guarded foundation for information
  • Understand the basics of Digital Signatures and also how it may be utilized as a major aspect of the guarded foundation for information

Audience:

This is a database course for intermediate -level, intended for the individuals who wish to find a workable pace on growing very much guarded database applications. This course might be tweaked to suit your group's interesting destinations.

Prerequisite:

Real-world experience is highly recommended and Familiarity with databases is required.  Preferably, students should have around a half year of working knowledge of the database.

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SubjectsInformation Security, IT Ops & Management
Lab AccessNo
Learning StyleVirtual Classroom
Learning TypeCourse
DifficultyIntermediate
Course Duration2 Days
LanguageEnglish

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Tom is an innovator first, and then a Data Scientist & Software Architect. He has integrated expertise in business, product, technology and management. Tom has been involved in creating category defining new products in AI and big data for different industries, which generated more than hundred million revenue cumulatively, and served more than 10 million users.
As a Data Scientist and Software Architect Tom has extensive experience in data science, engineering, architecture and software development. To date Tom has accumulated over a decade of experience in R, Python & Linux Shell programming.

Tom has expertise on Python, SQL, and Spark. He has worked on several libraries including but not limited to Scikit-learn, Pandas, NumPy, Matplotlib, Seaborn, SciPy, NLTK, Keras, and Tensorflow.

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