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Watch Paulo Silva explain how to prevent insufficient logging and monitoring. This video will revise application vulnerabilities.

In this final video of the course, you will learn how to prevent insufficient logging and monitoring.

System logging and monitoring are important for all kinds of attacks. In this video, you will briefly revise what makes an application vulnerable. You will then learn how to strengthen your system to prevent these vulnerabilities and avoid insufficient logging and monitoring.

Users are reminded of what to look for to identify whether their application is vulnerable. The video then shows users what to look for in the application scripts and explains what they can do to protect their system.

Investigate and share: The first video of this section included a table from the OWASP Insufficient Logging and Monitoring page. Review the table and the additional information provided and share what you find most useful.

Prepare for Test of the Week

You have completed the content for this week! You are now ready to move on to the Test of the Week.

The following test is going to assess your understanding of what you have learned within this past week of the course.

Remember, you do not have to take the test until you’re ready. To help you prepare, you might wish to spend some time refreshing your understanding of the contents of the past week.

You may wish to reflect on the Learning Outcomes introduced at the beginning of the week and make sure you are comfortable that you have met the requirements of each. Take some time to review your learning to help you prepare.

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