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WhiteHat Security CBT, WhiteHat Security Computer-Based Training
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Overview

WhiteHat Security Computer-Based Training (CBT) offers a cost-effective way to create and scale a training initiative across your business. The CBT content develops, reinforces, and assesses secure coding practices with self-paced, interactive sessions that are engaging and easy to deploy for small, large, and distributed teams.

Security Innovation's application security training program combines progressive role and technology-based training with hands-on simulations and reinforcement assets for the most effective way to build offensive and defensive skills.

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Microsoft, HTC, AWS, Veritas, vmware

NTT Application Security eLearning is ranked 4th in Application Security Training Software while Security Innovation Application Security Training is ranked 3rd in Application Security Training Software. NTT Application Security eLearning is rated 0.0, while Security Innovation Application Security Training is rated 0.0. On the other hand, NTT Application Security eLearning is most compared with Veracode Security Labs, whereas Security Innovation Application Security Training is most compared with Codebashing.

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