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Day Camp 4 Developers: PHPMS2

E.I.C.C., Inc.

Friday, October 18, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM (CDT)

Day Camp 4 Developers: PHPMS2

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Attendee: Attend the event live. Attendees will be sent an email with instructions on how to join the event. You also get access to the videos after the event and can re-watch it as many times as you like for up to 3 months.
Ended $50.00 $0.00
Video: Can't make the event? Get the "VIdeo Only" ticket. You will be sent an email with instructions on how you can watch the presentation at your leisure. Videos are available for 3 months after the even and you can watch them as many times as you like.
Ended $50.00 $0.00
Office Party
If you have more than 2 people in a group that want to participate live, why not get an Office Part together? This ticket allows you a single connection but give you license to put it up on a projector and share with an entire group. You can't re-broadcast it but you are welcome to gather your entire team, your local User Group, or any group of 3 or more than want to participate. You are granted a license to share the videos will all the participants.
Ended $150.00 $0.00

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Programming PHP Securely

Having your program hacked sucks. The sad truth is though, if you put a program out there, someone will try to find a way to hack it. Especially if there is a prize on the other side.

For PHP Master Series v2, we have gathered together 4 experts on the topic of "Programming PHP Securely" to share their knowledge with you. That knowledge will help you write programs that are more difficult to hack. Programs that will keep your data, and your customers data, safer.

You get this knowledge for only $50 per developer, or $150 per development team.

The learning doesn't stop at the end of the day, though. In addition to watching live presentations from 4 recognized security experts, and then asking them questions during and after their presentation, you get access to the recordings for all 4 presentations. Re-watch them as many times as you like. refresh your knowledge on the topic whenever you like. The recordings include the audio as well as the slides and any live coding done. This is included with every ticket.

2FA: The Rise of Two-Factor Auth

Chris Cornutt

Chris Cornutt

Two-factor authentication has gotten a lot of attention lately. It's being praised as a way to help eliminate identify theft online and already has several major companies adapting their practices to use it. Let me guide you through the world of two-factor authentication and explain some of the basic concepts and dive deeper into the associated protocols and RFCs. I'll also show you some common implementations with standalone and web service options to get you started quickly.

Includes actual examples of (white hat!) exploits that were part of the Stripe CTF challenge last year. Finishing the CTF challenge last year taught me a lot about application security and helped me improve our team's security practices.

The OWASP Top 10 and You

Fred Alger

Fred Alger

An overview of the OWASP "Top 10″ — the most common web application programming errors that lead to security problems and exploits. XSS, CSRF, broken sessions, bad crypto, SQL injections, unsanitized user inputs — these things will murder your application in cold blood. It pays to know!

Prison Theory of Web Development Security

Mike Stowe

Mike Stowe

In this fun, energetic session we'll take a look at some of the principles used in managing security within the prison system to keep inmates both secured and safe, and look at how these same principles apply to web development. We'll also take a look at some of the common mistakes and misconceptions of security used within web development, how damaging the consequences can be, and how easily they can be corrected.

Password Storage (And Hacking) in PHP

Anthony Ferrara

Anthony Ferrar

Password storage is a common problem that every developer needs to solve at some point in their career. Often, we rely upon frameworks and libraries to do it for us. But do they get it right? How should passwords be stored? How are they going to be attacked? All these questions (and more) will be answered. This session will dive head first into password storage and all aspects surrounding it. We'll cover some common misconceptions and dangerous mistakes. We'll also explore some of the best available tools to solve the problem, and go into why they are the best. Finally, we'll look at some of the tools that attackers will use to attempt to extract plain text passwords. We'll explore each point from both angles: the pragmatic developer and the attacker. For the safety and security of your users, make sure that you know how to securely store their passwords. It's not just the right thing to do, but it is negligent not to!

Have questions about Day Camp 4 Developers: PHPMS2? Contact E.I.C.C., Inc.



E.I.C.C., Inc.

EICC, Inc. is the brainchild of the husband and wife team of Cal Evans and Kathy Evans. Together they have over 30 years of web site design and development experience.

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