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Security courses @CyResLab - October/November 2022

As part of the activities dedicated to the European Cyber Security Month (ESCM), CyResLab @ ESI CEE is excited to announce five security courses in October and November 2022. The courses are designed for SME software developers, designers, application and system engineers. This is the technical layer of the general lines of ESI CEE in the field of Security by Design, Cyber Resilience, Privacy by Default and Secure Coding.


Over the last decade, cyber-security, online safety and resilience against cyber-threats have become a key business priority. Protecting your company and yourself in the context of increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks and integrating a general strategy for protection, reaction, management, and recovery from threats have become significant challenges.

The objectives of the European Cyber Security Month are:


  • generate general awareness about cyber security, which is one of the priorities identified in the EU Cyber Security Strategy;
  • generate specific awareness on Network and Information Security (NIS), which is addressed in the proposed NIS Directive;
  • promote safer use of the Internet for all users;
  • build a strong track record to raise awareness through the ECSM;
  • involve relevant stakeholders;
  • increase national media interest through the European and global dimensions of the project;
  • enhance attention and interest in information security through political and media coordination.

To learn more about European Cyber Security Month, please visit the official web page of the campaign. You can also check out the cybersecurity-related courses, services and initiatives of ESI CEE here.

Cyber security is a shared responsibility. STOP.THINK.CONNECT.

See also the National Cyber Security Month in the United States.

For more information, or to confirm your interest, contact us at office (at) esicenter (dot) bg.

Top 10 Web Threats for Developers (12 Oct)

When: 12-Oct-2022 10:00


In this course, CyResLab has included live demos of attacks, exercises in detecting and leveraging threats, examples of weak and vulnerable code and the process of repairing it and fixing vulnerabilities, mitigation tactics, developer-specific best practices and discussions on how not to write vulnerable code in the process of daily work. The course is mostly technical and not organizational.


Advanced Web Threats for Developers and QA Specialists (27-28 Oct)

When: 27-28-Oct-2022 10:00 AM


In this advanced course, CyResLab has additionally included exercises in which participants in turn attempt to fix and attack particular implementations. A heavier focus is be placed on labs.

The “Advanced Web Threats” course includes free access to an interactive online exercise environment for one week, following the course’s completion.