HITBCyberWeek virtual trainings: Mobile hacking, secure coding, bug hunting
The virtual edition of the HITBCyberWeek 2020 security conference starts on November 15. For four days, attendees will be able to hear keynotes and presentations from experts such as Bruce Schneier, Paul Vixie, and many others.
Simultaneously (and as per usual), those in search for specific cyber security knowledge and effective exercises can opt for one of the virtual trainings that have been scheduled to take place.
HITBCyberWeek 2020 trainings on offer
This year’s trainings cover a range of current topics.
Two of the courses have been customized especially for HITBCyberWeek:
- Leszek Mis is doing a special red-&-blue-on-steroids course called In & Out Purple Edition – Detection as Code vs Adversary Simulations
- Popular trainer Muhammad Imran from Singapore is offering an exclusive-for-HITB course that combines the best of Secure Coding and DevSecOps practices.
For those interested in advanced courses or more specialized content, there’s the:
- Sought-after Advanced Fuzzing course by Richard Johnson
- Charles Givre’s intensive Applied Data Science and ML for Cyber Security class
- Tim Blazytko’s course on Software Deobfuscation techniques
Interactive quizzes, collective exercises and practical assessments
Classes are via livestream, with virtual lab environments and structured through a learning management system.
With the new virtual format, HITB trainers are incorporating more interactive quizzes, collective exercises and practical assessments into their courses that will help trainees engage better with the content and with each other. This will also help to understand better whether trainees have effectively gained the skills they sought from their course.
All trainees will receive digital certs corresponding to their course choice, with additional badges awarded for completion of practical tests and quizzes.