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Monday, May 16 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
26AN Developing Defensible Web Applications on IBM i

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An application server platform is only as secure as it's weakest link. In the 21st century the exploit of choice is the web application. Even on a very secure platform like IBM i, poorly written web applications can lead to catastrophic security failures. This session will cover the most common web application vulnerabilities and how to fix them. The course will cover the RPG, PHP and Java languages and how they can be exploited on IBM i.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of the session the participant will be able to:

  • Identify the most common web exploits

  • See practical ways of defending against those exploits

  • Have resources where additional help can be found


This is session 580030

Speakers
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Pete Helgren

Team Lead, Bible Study Fellowship
Currently Java Team Lead at Bible Study Fellowship International. Pete is an RPG/C++/VB/Java programmer with over 24 years of system 3X/AS400/iSeries/IBM i experience. He holds certifications as a GIAC Secure Software Programmer-Java, and as a MCSE. His passion has always been in system integration and currently focuses on Open Source applications and integration activities. He has had previous lives as a Regional Training and Support manager for... Read More →


Monday May 16, 2016 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Grand Salon 19&22 | First Floor
  • Session Content Level Beginner
  • Session Award Silver
  • Operating System AIX, IBMi, Linux
  • Audience: All programmers developing web applications should attend this session.

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