Merit Professional Development

Essential Security Training for Java/JEE Developers

Andy Rosenzweig 2010 News, News

Merit Network is please to announce new reduced pricing for the SANS Institute’s Developer 530 course, “Essential Secure Coding in Java/JEE.” The class will be held Monday and Tuesday, October 18-19, 2010. Education and Government Members may attend for 65% off the regular price of the course.

The course is of high importance to Java/JEE developers who want to build more secure applications–a vital consideration for web-based tools. Course content will teach the components of secure programming, using hands-on exercises to introduce tools that you can use to prevent common attacks. You will come away with strong techniques that can be applied to current and future projects.

The registration fee for attendees from educational institutions and state and local governments is $550, over 65% off SANS’ standard price of $1650. This is a unique opportunity to engage in very high-quality security training at a tremendous savings. In accordance with the SANS Institute’s policies, the reduced price is available only to attendees from educational institutions and state and local governments. Others may attend for the retail price of $1650.

This innovative presentation provides you with two options for participation:
You may choose to attend the class at Merit’s offices in Ann Arbor, using your own laptop for class exercises and interaction with the instructor.

You may also attend remotely from your own location, with the course delivered directly to your desktop via SANS vLive!. You can participate literally from any location that has an Internet connection.

The SANS Institute is the most trusted and by far the largest source for information security training and certification in the world. Its programs reach more than 165,000 security professionals from corporations to universities.

Registration is available online, and payment can be made by credit card, check or purchase order.

For more information please contact [email protected].