Harden Your Security Mindset: Break Down the Critical Security Risks for Web Apps

August 28, 2024 | 08:00 AM PDT (UTC-7)


Join us for a Complimentary Live Webinar Sponsored by Linux Foundation Training & Certification

Raise your security awareness and boost your IT career by breaking down the key critical security risks for web applications. This webinar offers a high-level overview of critical security issues, highlighting common pitfalls and misconceptions. You will be introduced to approaches for avoiding common mistakes and combating vulnerabilities, gaining valuable insights to harden your security mindset.

In this webinar you'll learn how to:

  • Harden your cybersecurity skill set
  • Understand key web application vulnerabilities and exposures
  • Gain insights for defending against vulnerabilities


Tim Serewicz

Tim Serewicz, Vice President of Education, Linux Foundation Training & Certification

Tim Serewicz is the Vice President of Education for the Linux Foundation with over twenty years of experience working with Linux, emerging technology, and open source projects. In this role, he is accountable for the department's strategy, development, and cross-functional delivery of content. Tim also leads the Security Knowledge Framework team, building a platform of cybersecurity scenarios for developers to learn and test their skills, as well as keep current with common vulnerabilities. He also created, maintains, and teaches Quantum Computing, CKA, CKAD, and CKS Kubernetes courses and acts as an in-house subject matter expert for cloud topics for the certification team.


Glenn ten Cate-1

Glenn ten Cate, Cybersecurity Expert, Linux Foundation Training & Certification

Glenn ten Cate is a seasoned cybersecurity expert with an extensive portfolio in secure software development, consultation, and cybersecurity training. He currently serves as the cybersecurity subject matter expert and Senior Cybersecurity Instructor at the Linux Foundation. Glenn has been instrumental in guiding students at Google's Summer of Code program for the OWASP Foundation. For his many contributions to cybersecurity, Glenn has received WASPY Nominations for Innovation/Sharing and Best Innovator, and an Honorable Mention for the Security Knowledge Framework project by Black Duck® Rookies of the Year.