In this course, Modern Browser Security Reports, Troy Hunt and Scott Helme discuss how browsers have evolved in recent years to provide a range of new security constructs and increasingly involve the ability to report back to site owners when something unexpected of a security nature occurs. Learn the features of content security policies, HTTP public key pinning, certificate authority authorization, certificate transparency, and cross-site scripting reporting. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to implement browser security reporting features on any website.
Troy Hunt is a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP for Developer Security. He's a regular conference speaker, frequent blogger at troyhunt.com and is the creator of the data breach notification service known as “Have I Been Pwned”.
Course Overview Hi, this is Troy Hunt, I'm an Australian Pluralsight author of many different courses about how to secure your online things, and I've got a particular passion for web security. Hi, I'm Scott Helme, a UK-based security researcher and founder of Report URI and securityheaders. com. We're going to talk about a whole heap of modern web security standards, thigs like CSP, HPKP, CAA, CT, XSS, and a bunch of other acronyms I haven't even touched on. We're also going to talk about how the browser can report on each one of these security constructs. If there's an error on your website or the browser detects an attack, it can call back and tell you in real time that it's happening. I really enjoyed teaming up with Scott Helme on this course. He's one of the foremost experts in the area of modern browser security headers. I hope you'll join Scott and I in this Play by Play on Modern Browser Security Reporting.