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Centriq Alumni Continuing Ed

Event Date(s): Jun 20, 2018

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Centriq’s free Continuing Education Events are exclusively for alumni of Centriq’s IT Career Program program.

Event Date: June 20, 2018

Event Sponsor: TBA

 

Agenda:

5:00 – 6:00 PM: Casual dinner and networking with Employers and Fellow Alumni

6:00 – 8:00 PM: Continuing Education Sessions (Session worth 2.0 hours of CE credit)

Event Sessions:

IT Admin (SSA) Session – IT Certification Study Tips & The Power of OneNote

Instructor: Du’an Lightfoot, IT Specialist, Social Security Administration

In this session we will be covering how to prepare for IT certification exams. We will be providing a list of tips, tools and resources to assist you on your way to certification success. We will also explore the power of Microsoft OneNote and how you can use it on the job and in your everyday life.

Du’An Lightfoot is an Air Force veteran and an IT professional with 18 years’ experience, who has a strong thirst for knowledge and loves to help people. His goal is to give back the knowledge he has obtained throughout his career through his YouTube channel and by working with local organizations to assist those working to advance in the field of technology.

Developer (FSWD) Session – The Basics of Hacking and Securing a Web Site

Instructor: Robert Kraft, Technical Team Lead, Lucity, Inc.

Software developers are on the front lines in the battle against malware and hackers.  In this presentation, you will learn the three primary ways that hackers infiltrate our computers and also the basics of many of the techniques developers need to use to keep them out.  We will cover:

  • SQL Injection
  • Poor Authentication Techniques
  • and Cross-Site Scripting

This session is intended for developers that want to learn the basic security concerns they should be aware of when creating applications.

Rob Kraft works at Lucity, Inc. as the Technical Team Lead.  He has been developing web applications for fifteen years, non-web applications for thirty years, and spent a few years teaching courses on software development and SQL Server.  He often speaks about security in software, particularly related to database products.

Registration Deadline: June 18, 2018

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