CSSLP (Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional) is an IT Security certification provided by ISC2 which recognises knowledge of Security best practices throughout the software development lifecycle. Our CSSLP Boot Camp prepares you to sit the exam, gain this prestigious certification and boost your career.
Many software development projects and applications written today are vulnerable to attack or compromise and lack effective Security and compliance controls. Why? Most applications are built with a focus on functionality and the need to support business operations, rather than being built to be secure.
In this series, you will learn the foundational concepts of Security in relation to application development and the software development lifecycle. Next, you will learn how to address the business functionality and Security requirements for new and modified software. Finally, you will learn how to ensure that software is designed and developed to operate securely, and remain secure even as changes are made in the software itself or in its operational environment.
Candidates for the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional must have a minimum of four years of cumulative, paid, full-time Software Development Lifecycle professional experience in one or more of the eight domains of the CSSLP Common Body of Knowledge.
CourseMonster teaches you how to incorporate Security practices throughout the software development lifecycle. You’ll learn key policies, procedures and best practices related to secure software development and how to incorporate them into each phase of the devleopment lifecycle.
Led by an (ISC)² authorized instructor, the following course is an official (ISC)² training seminar for the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) certification, which confirms that a software professional has the expertise to incorporate Security practices into each phase of the SDLC, from software design and implementation to testing and deployment.
You’ll leave fully prepared to earn your CSSLP certification and prove to employers that you have the knowledge and skills necessary to implement secure software development and help mitigate cyber threats.
The Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) certification validates that software engineers have the knowledge and skills to incorporate security procedures – verification, authorization, and auditing – into all phases of the development life span (SDLC), from software planning and evaluation to testing the system.
How much does CISSP Certification cost? >
The CISSP certification exam charges $699 on average, however, the exact price and extra charges vary depending on where you take it. If you have to postpone your exam, you will be fined $50.
How do I get CSSLP Certification? >
You must take the exam and pass as well as at least four years of compensated professional experience as a software development specialist from one or more of the eight areas of the (ISC)2 CSSLP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) to be eligible for the certification.
How long is CSSLP Exam? >
The CSSLP test has 175 questions with multiple choices and takes four hours to finish. To pass the exam and receive the certification, you must score at least 700 points out of 1000.
Where to get CSSLP Online Certification? >
Here at CourseMonster, we provide a CSSLP training course that will help you obtain your CSSLP Certification. You can take your certification exam at the (ISC)² website.
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