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Fortify WebInspect Foundations the new digital learning

Learn anytime, anywhere within the HPE digital classroom, allowing students to learn where and when they are most ready to learn. A benefit to taking our online courses is the flexibility and cost.

In the WebInspect Foundations course you will learn how to dynamically scan and analyze Web application, services, and mobile devices to find vulnerabilities, remediate, and report any issues WebInspect discovers. This course is intended to answer application developers’ and security testers’ basic WebInspect usage questions.


WebInspect home pageWebInspect home pageAt the end of this course, you will be able to effectively work within WebInspect producing Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) to eliminate vulnerabilities and keep up with compliancy before and during your Web application launch.

This course includes 60% simulations, interactive lab exercises so developers can interactively scan web and mobile apps, recognize known and unknown vulnerabilities, and begin to effectively secure their web applications.

WebInspect scan results viewWebInspect scan results viewClick here to register or review a full course outline for this new digital learning course, or view other Enterprise Security trainings available by clicking here.

Maximize your abilities to secure your web applications with WebInspect training because software is only as powerful as those who know how to use it.

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