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todayDecember 17, 2021

Cyber security + Software Supply Chain Cybersecurity Shawn McManus

Log4shell – the newest vulnerability

Introduction On Thursday, December 9th, the vulnerability CVE-2021-44228 known as “Log4shell” was made public, sending large companies such as Twitter, Amazon, Google, Cloudflare, and many others in a rush to patch it before any damage could be done. Not only are large companies affected, but many applications and servers utilizing [...]

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Python Fun(damentals)

/ April 29, 2020my_locationMicrosoft Teams

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Date April 29, 2020 H 08:00
End April 30, 2020 H 06:00
Location Microsoft Teams
Address 44921 George Washington Blvd, Suite 150, Ashburn, VA 20147
Phone +1 (877) 421-0822
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About the event

We designed this course for our new team members who are newer to basic programming principles. It is built to introduce them to a few concepts that are key to understanding the Python programming language and syntax. As a cybersecurity company, we teach these fundamentals with security at the forefront of our mind. Many of the lessons learned as a seasoned programmer come only with time, this course is meant to arm a programmer with the thought process and how logic works within the programming world and the basic concepts to apply that thought process to get Python to do what you need it to get the job done. It’s a great course for prior IT, CS, and students with the ambition to get their feet wet in Python.


Live Instructor

This course will be held 100% remote and online via a web-based client. Users will have the ability to attend the live session via mic, webcam and screen sharing. Each user will able to ask questions throughout the seminar.


Live Coding

Every student should sign up for a account before attending. This provides the ability for a live development environment within your browser. Also allows for coding multiplayer so the instructor can show students live debugging and student support. All you need to bring is a computer and yourself!


Open Source

All training material and records will be made available using an opensource license. You will have access to our training platform and this course for life. All associated recordings will also be hosted within the course post-event.

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