Cloud application security in Java for AWS  (CASEC-JAWS)

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Cloud application security in Java for AWS  (CASEC-JAWS)

Fast Lane Institute for Knowledge Transfer GmbH
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placeMünchen
29 Jul 2024 until 2 Aug 2024

Description

Voraussetzungen

General Java and Web development

Zielgruppe

Java developers working on Web applications and AWS

Detaillierter Kursinhalt

Day 1

  • Cyber security basics
    • What is security?
    • Threat and risk
    • Cyber security threat types – the CIA triad
    • Cyber security threat types – the STRIDE model
    • Consequences of insecure software
  • Cloud security basics
    • Cloud infrastructure basics
    • The Cloud Cube Model and Zero Trust Architecture
  • The OWASP Top Ten 2021
    • The OWASP Top 10 2021
    • A01 - Broken Access Control
      • Access control basics
      • Failure to restrict URL access
      • Confused deputy
      • File upload
      • Open redirects and forwards
      • Cross-site Request Forgery (CSRF)
    • A02 - Cryptographic Failures
      • Information …

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Voraussetzungen

General Java and Web development

Zielgruppe

Java developers working on Web applications and AWS

Detaillierter Kursinhalt

Day 1

  • Cyber security basics
    • What is security?
    • Threat and risk
    • Cyber security threat types – the CIA triad
    • Cyber security threat types – the STRIDE model
    • Consequences of insecure software
  • Cloud security basics
    • Cloud infrastructure basics
    • The Cloud Cube Model and Zero Trust Architecture
  • The OWASP Top Ten 2021
    • The OWASP Top 10 2021
    • A01 - Broken Access Control
      • Access control basics
      • Failure to restrict URL access
      • Confused deputy
      • File upload
      • Open redirects and forwards
      • Cross-site Request Forgery (CSRF)
    • A02 - Cryptographic Failures
      • Information exposure
      • Cryptography for developers

    Day 2

    • A02 - Cryptographic Failures (continued)
      • Cryptography for developers
      • Transport security
    • A03 - Injection
      • Injection principles
      • Injection attacks
      • SQL injection
      • NoSQL injection
      • Parameter manipulation
      • Code injection
      • HTML injection - Cross-site scripting (XSS)

    Day 3

    • A04 - Insecure Design
      • The STRIDE model of threats
      • Secure design principles of Saltzer and Schroeder
      • Client-side security
    • A05 - Security Misconfiguration
      • Configuration principles
      • Server misconfiguration
      • AWS configuration best practices
      • Cookie security
      • XML entities
    • A06 - Vulnerable and Outdated Components
      • Using vulnerable components
      • Assessing the environment
      • Hardening
      • Untrusted functionality import
      • Vulnerability management
    • A07 - Identification and Authentication Failures
      • Authentication
      • Session management
      • Identity and access management (IAM)

    Day 4

    • A07 - Identification and Authentication Failures (continued)
      • Password management
    • A08 - Software and Data Integrity Failures
      • Integrity protection
      • Subresource integrity
      • Insecure deserialization
    • A09 - Security Logging and Monitoring Failures
      • Logging and monitoring principles
      • Log forging
      • Log forging – best practices
      • Case study – Log interpolation in log4j
      • Case study – The Log4Shell vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228)
      • Case study – Log4Shell follow-ups (CVE-2021-45046, CVE-2021-45105)
      • Lab – Log4Shell
      • Logging best practices
      • Detection and monitoring
    • A10 - Server-side Request Forgery (SSRF)
      • Server-side Request Forgery (SSRF)
      • Case study – SSRF and the Capital One breach

    Cloud security

    AWS security
    • Security considerations
    • Data security in the cloud

    Day 5

    Cloud security
    • Container security
      • Container security concerns
      • Containerization, virtualization and security
      • The attack surface
      • Docker security
      • Kubernetes security

The OWASP Top Ten 2021

Web application security beyond the Top Ten

  • Code quality
  • Denial of service

Input validation

  • Input validation principles
  • Denylists and allowlists
  • What to validate – the attack surface
  • Where to validate – defense in depth
  • When to validate – validation vs transformations
  • Validation with regex
  • Integer handling problems
    • Representing signed numbers
    • Integer visualization
    • Integer overflow
    • Lab – Integer overflow
    • Signed / unsigned confusion in Java
    • Case study – The Stockholm Stock Exchange
    • Integer truncation
    • Best practices
  • Files and streams
    • Path traversal
    • Lab – Path traversal
    • Path traversal-related examples
    • Additional challenges in Windows
    • Virtual resources
    • Path traversal best practices
    • Lab – Path canonicalization
  • Unsafe reflection
    • Reflection without validation
    • Lab – Unsafe reflection
  • Unsafe native code
    • Native code dependence
    • Lab – Unsafe native code
    • Best practices for dealing with native code

Wrap up

  • Secure coding principles
  • And now what?
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