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The CPSA® Advanced Level Module WEB – iSAQB® Training Course in Web Architecture
How to design effective and secure web-based systems?
Credit Points for WEB Training Courses
Content of the module Web Architecture (WEB)
How to design effective and secure web-based systems
Participants of the module Web Architecture (WEB) will first of all learn about general basics of the web, crucial basic protocols and standards, before moving on to different styles of web architecture. Once these styles have been distinguished, software architects will be taught how to independently design effective web-based systems based on respective styles. In addition to the assessment of risks and the evaluation of security-relevant aspects, these processes also include quality assurance.
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