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Available now: The Best TLS Training in the World

June 15, 2016

I am pleased to reveal the next step in my quest to help the world make better use of encryption; starting with this September, I will teach a practical one-day practical SSL/TLS and PKI training course in London. The idea is to cover everything developers and system administrators need to know in their daily work. You'll find the complete course outline and other details on the course homepage.

I named the course “The Best TLS Training in the World”, in part because I wanted to show that it’s not going to be boring, but mostly because the training will be everything I know about the topic, distilled into a practical hands-on experience. (And, after years spent researching and writing, I know a lot.) There’s a lot of fluff around TLS, but things can be quite straightforward if you know where not to look.

I am not new to training; I used to teach Apache Security a lot back some 10 years ago, and I started teaching TLS occasionally after Bulletproof SSL and TLS came out; it was just one client, with the idea to experiment and refine the approach until it’s just right. That training turned out to be a huge success, so I eventually decided to make it available to a wider audience. The first training is at CodeNode on September 15th. The price is currently £595 (it includes a £100 early-bird discount available until July 15th), but—to celebrate—I am giving away 5 seats at a special price of £445. Use the coupon TLSJUNE at the checkout. The offer is available on first-come, first-served basis, so hurry up!

MY BOOK: If you like this blog post, you will love Bulletproof SSL and TLS. For system administrators, developers, and IT security professionals, this book provides a comprehensive coverage of the ever-changing field of SSL/TLS and Internet PKI and will teach you everything you need to know to protect your systems from eavesdropping and impersonation attacks. It's available now.