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Lean Six Sigma Introduction Specialist

Lean Six Sigma Introduction Specialist About this Course What really is Six Sigma? Where and how did it originate? What do we mean by Lean Six Sigma? What is Quality? There are so many questions that everyone should know before diving into understanding every single Six Sigma tool and technique. Keeping this view of giving you a detailed Introduction to Lean Six Sigma and making you a specialist at this introduction, we have created this program – The Lean Six Sigma Introduction Specialist. About the Instructor The World's Favorite, AIGPE training and certification, are regarded as benchmark of Corporate Excellence. Achievement of AIGPE certification is the most powerful way to build your career. It not only provides you an international recognition and prestige, but also a competitive advantage in this fast paced globalized world. Each of the dedicated trainers at AIGPE have following qualification: Certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt Certified Six Sigma Black Belt L

Web Application Security for Absolute Beginners (no coding!)

Web Application Security for Absolute Beginners (no coding!) Description [UPDATED in 2021] Within  1,5 hour  you will understand web application security without having to code. This course will  jumpstart your security career .  I will teach you the 10 most common threats identified by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). At the end of the course you will learn:    1) what the OWASP top 10 threats and are, 2) the impact per security threat for your business  3) how these security threats can be executed by attackers / pentesters / hackers 4) how these security threats can be mitigated  You will able to understand the above-mentioned points without having to understand code... For your convenience I've combined the OWASP 2017 and OWASP 2013 top 10 list into a single list of 10 common web application security threats. How is that possible? The threats are explained conceptually, since the implementation of a threat may differ per situation. Therefore, havin