Session 1: Writing Secure Code – Threat Defense

In this session for experienced developers, you will learn established best practices for applying security
principles throughout the development process. The session will discuss common security threats faced by
application developers, such as buffer overruns, cross-site scripting and denial of service attacks, and you
will learn effective strategies to defend against those threats.


 

Session 2: Implementing Application Security by Using the .NET Framework

In this session for experienced developers, you will learn how to implement additional security features to
secure applications built on the .NET Framework. The session will discuss security features integrated into the
.NET Framework and demonstrate the use of both code access security and role-based security to limit
vulnerabilities. You will also learn how to use the cryptographic provider support in the .NET Framework to
encrypt and sign data. The session will also cover security best practices for Web applications and
Web services built using ASP.NET.

To register visit: http://www.connect-ms.com/msdn/

 

 

Local MSDN Event Locations:

 

Date

City

Location

3/2/2004 

Lake Charles LA 

Theater - United Artists Lake Charles 10
3416 Derek Drive

Lake Charles, LA 70607

3/4/2004 

New Orleans LA 

Hilton New Orleans Airport
901 Airline Dr.
Kenner, LA 70062

3/9/2004 

El Paso TX 

Holiday Inn Airport El Paso 
6655 Gateway West 
El Paso
 TX 79925

3/16/2004 

Bryan TX 

Hilton College Station & Conf. Ctr.
801 University Dr. East
College Station, TX 77840

3/18/2004 

Austin TX 

Theater - Arbor Cinema @ Great Hills
9828 Great Hills Trail
Austin, TX 78759