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New Whiteaboard Hacking training: advanced and for pentesters

One of Toreon’s key values is the gathering and sharing of knowledge. We try to encourage our own people to do this all the time and actively facilitate this. Knowledge grows exponentially when shared and combined with people of all knowledge levels, even if they come from different IT security domains.

This made us realise that we have a lot of knowledge to share. We see it as our duty to help train top notch IT security specialists. First we started to train the Toreon employees and later on also clients’ employees, which we have been doing for several years now. All this knowledge is now also available for your organisation. The better your people are trained and prepared, the more we can all focus on our main objective: creating a safer digital society.

We have expanded our knowledge base and have finetuned our workshops and trainings and are now also offering them to be booked for conferences and in-house company training.

Our Whiteboard Hacking training has been doing so well (OWASP AppSec Europe 2017 in Belfast, Northern Ireland – Black Hat USA 2017 in Las Vegas, USA – O’Reilly conference 2017, NY, USA) that we’ve developed an advanced version, which is already scheduled for Black Hat 2018 (USA and Europe) and BruCON 2018 (Ghent, Belgium):
BlackHat Las Vegas, USA (August 2018)
BlackHat London, UK ( December 2018)

We recently started with versions for pentesters and DevOps engineers: Offensive whiteboard hacking for penetration testers. Already available at:
– BruCON 2018, Ghent, Belgium (October 2018)
– DevSecCon 2018 London (October 2018)

Check out all the details of our available AppSec trainings.

Contact us for an in-house training offer, tailor made to suit your needs.

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Our ‘Adding Privacy by Design in Secure Application Development’ talk at OWASP London

On 5-June Seba delivered the talk “Adding Privacy by Design in Secure Application Development” at the OWASP Europe conference in London.

Seba addressed the complex GDPR challenge for developers as part of a Secure Development Lifecycle approach.

The presentation covered:

• GDPR requirements covering design, data lifecycle, users and end of life aspects
• Privacy by Design challenge
• Including GDPR in the Secure Development Life Cycle
• Mapping OWASP SAMM to the GDPR
• Integrating privacy in application security classification, awareness training, guidelines, AppSec champions, threat modeling, 3rd parties, security testing and incident management
• Introducing GDPR risk patterns

Our talk focussed on practical implementation aspects and demonstrations of real life use cases encountered in our software security and privacy projects.

You can download the slides here.

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Why we sponsor BruCON 2017? Win the last ticket!

Proud sponsor!

We are a proud Diamond sponsor of BruCON 2017 because we:

  • Believe in supporting the IT security community in Belgium.
  • Like the really excellent line-up: http://2017.brucon.org/index.php/Schedule
  • Bring our consultants to the trainings and conference: to increase their knowledge and build our community network.
  • Are on the lookout for new colleagues to join our growing team.
  • Organize the Student CTF. We engage high school and university students of non-security curricula and stimulate them to consider a cyber security career.

We also share our last sponsor ticket. These are in high demand, as BruCON sold out some weeks ago!

How to win your ticket?

Each like/retweet of our blog post on LinkedIn or Twitter before 27 September midnight (CET). These will automatically enter our draw on Thursday. The winner will be announced on Thursday.

Hope to see you  next week!

Pass by our booth to have a chat and enjoy a beer.

The Toreon team