Berezha Security Blog
Toreon, a security consulting company, announced a release of an open-source Threat modeling playbook, incorporating OWASP best practices. Threat Modeling topic is also a part of Berezha Security training for developers, which may be a good support in your adventure in the threat modeling implementation journey.
Serhii Korolenko, a Senior Application Security Consultant at Berezha Security, participated recently as a speaker in an EdCamp event, giving an awareness presentation on personal cybersecurity – “How not to become a cyber-victim.”
Here we grow! Berezha Security is glad to announce that we are looking for a new junior team member. This time we are looking for a motivated junior application security specialist, AKA penetration tester.
Finally, it’s here! The third edition of NoNameCon is starting this week. It’s a 100% Ukrainian community-built practical cybersecurity conference designed for professionals to exchange their knowledge and experience.
We are glad to mention that the first open Web Application Security Pentester Training, provided by Berezha Security, has finished and was definitely a success. Today we are happy to announce the second edition of the online training, which we plan to start on the 14th of September.
Berezha Security becomes a premium partner of NoNameCon 2020. It’s the third year in a row we are supporting this significant cybersecurity event in the Eastern European region.
We are glad to share the news – Vlad Styran, a co-founder and VP of Berezha Security, has become a member of the OWASP Chapter Committee.
Berezha Security announces a special edition of our Security Awareness Training, specifically for the higher-level managers – Strategic Cybersecurity Awareness Training. The syllabus focuses on the strategic understanding of modern threats, the mechanics of cyberattacks, and the business value of cybersecurity.
Berezha Security is almost six years old. And during this time, people asked us many times what our logo means or how to correctly pronounce our name. In this post, we shed some light on it.
Anyone who has to deal with potential customers happens to get requests for references. And one knows how tricky it may be to provide them securely. Especially in such a sensitive industry as application security. How can you show the world that your customers are satisfied with your work and not upset your customers by doing this at the same time?
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