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Training on Java Security

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I work in Java/J2EE platform and want to learn something new that would give my resume a leverage. I am pondering upon Java Security (JCE, JAAS etc...)
I want to know how is the job market in this line?

To learn security I want to attend some training program. Recently I am in Washington DC area. Can anybody please provide me any training programs (from Sun or anybody else) available in this area?

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Johns Hopkins University's Engineering Programs for Professionals offers a course in Java Security. A lot of their CS courses can be taken online, and they also have a campus in Montgomery County.

I'm waiting for its next availability and will likely sign up for it.

Here are direct links the course description:
Java Security
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There is no job market in "Java security". If you're working in the Java world, you're expected to know about security. If you have an architect or tech lead in your group, she's expected to know about it as well. But don't assume for a second that it is a job and/or career in itself.
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