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Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional CSSLP Training & Certification

Software development is more than simply code anymore. It also entails writing secure code to prevent vulnerabilities. The CSSLP certification from (ISC)2 is intended for software professionals and security experts who want to apply best practice's to all phases of the "Software Development Lifecycle." The CSSLP certification demonstrates that you have the advanced abilities required to design, develop, and deploy security practice's throughout the SDLC.

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Why Enroll In Course?

The CSSLP Online Training and Certification Course validates knowledge and expertise in secure software development, providing a competitive advantage in the job market. It covers a comprehensive range of topics, promoting the adoption of industry best practices to reduce security breaches and ensure compliance. This course offers an excellent opportunity for professionals to enhance their skills and advance their careers in the field of secure software development.

Training Features

Live Interactive Learning

  World-Class Instructors

  Expert-Led Mentoring Sessions

  Instant doubt clearing

Lifetime Access

  Course Access Never Expires

  Free Access to Future Updates

  Unlimited Access to Course Content

24x7 Support

  One-On-One Learning Assistance

  Help Desk Support

  Resolve Doubts in Real-time

Hands-On Project Based Learning

  Industry-Relevant Projects

  Course Demo Dataset & Files

  Quizzes & Assignments

Industry Recognized Certification

  CertHippo Training Certificate

  Graded Performance Certificate

  Certificate of Completion

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  Infrastructure with Tools and Software

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Course Curriculum

  • Core Concepts

  • Security Design Principles

  • Define Software Security Needs

  • Determine and Examine Compliance Requirements

  • Determine and Analyze Data Classification Needs

  • Identify and Analyze Privacy Needs

  • Create Cases of Misuse and Abuse

  • Create a Security Traceability Matrix (STRM).

  • Check for Security Requirements Suppliers/Providers are the ones who benefit from the flow down.

  • Define the Security Architecture Designing Secure Interfaces Modelling Architectural Risk Assessment (Non-Functional) Constraints and Security Properties

  • Model and categorize data; evaluate and choose reusable secure designs; and carry out security architecture and design reviews.

  • Define the Secure Operational Architecture (for example, deployment topologies and operational interfaces).

  • Implement secure architecture and design principles, patterns, and tools.

  • Follow Secure Coding Best Practises (e.g., standards, guidelines, and regulations)

  • Examine the code for security flaws.

  • Implement security controls (for example, watchdogs, FIM, and anti-malware).

  • Address security risks (for example, cleanup, mitigation, transfer, and acceptance).

  • Reuse Third-Party Code or Libraries Securely (e.g., Software Composition Analysis (SCA))

  • Integrate Components Safely

  • Apply Security During the Construction Process

  • Create Security Test Cases

  • Plan and develop a security testing strategy.

  • Validate and verify documentation (for example, installation and setup instructions, error messages, user manuals, and release notes).

  • Recognise Undocumented Functionality

  • Analyse the security implications of test results (for example, the influence on product management, prioritization, and break build criteria).

  • Security flaws must be classified and tracked.

  • Safeguard Test Data

  • Verification and validation testing should be carried out.

  • Version Control and Secure Configuration (e.g., hardware, software, documentation, interfaces, patching)

  • Create a strategy and a road plan.

  • Control security as part of a software development methodology.

  • Determine Security Frameworks and Standards

  • Defining and Creating Security Documentation

  • Create security metrics (for example, defects per line of code, criticality level, average remediation time, and complexity).

  • Decommission Software Report Status of security (e.g., reports, dashboards, feedback loops)

  • Implement Integrated Risk Management (IRM).

  • Encourage a Secure Culture in Software Development

  • Implement Continuous Improvement (for example, a retrospective and lessons learned).

  • Conduct an operational risk analysis.

  • Secure Software Distribution

  • Ensure secure installation by securely storing and managing security data.

  • Security testing after deployment

  • Obtain Operational Security Approval (e.g., risk acceptance, sign-off at appropriate level)

  • Perform ISCM (Information Security Continuous Monitoring).

  • Help with Incident Response

  • Manage patches (e.g., secure release, testing)

  • Manage vulnerabilities (e.g., scanning, tracking, triaging)

  • Runtime Protection (for example, RASP, WAF, and Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR))

  • Integrate Service Level Objectives (SLO) and Service Level Agreements (SLA) (e.g., maintenance, performance, availability, qualified staff) to provide operational continuity.

  • Implement Risk Management in the Software Supply Chain

  • Investigate the Security of Third-Party Software

  • Check the pedigree and provenance.

  • Ensure Supplier Security Requirements are met during the procurement process.

  • Contractual needs (e.g., Intellectual Property (IP) ownership, code escrow, responsibility, warranty, End-User Licence Agreements (EULA), Service Level Agreements (SLA)) are supported.

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Certification

The Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) is an (ISC)² certification for professionals in software development and security. It validates knowledge and skills in developing secure software and managing vulnerabilities throughout the software development lifecycle. The training covers secure software concepts, coding, testing, deployment, maintenance, and more. Four years of work experience in one or more of the eight domains covered in the exam is required. Earning the CSSLP certification can enhance career opportunities and demonstrate the ability to develop and maintain secure software applications.

Online Training FAQs

If you lack the necessary experience to become a CSSLP, you can become an Associate of (ISC)2 by passing the CSSLP test. You will then have five years to gain the four years of experience necessary. (Outline of the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional Certification Exam)

The test is currently only available in English.

All CSSLP exam candidates must complete the endorsement process within nine months of passing the exam.

Every three years, you must recertify.

Earning CPE (Continuing Professional Education) credits and paying the AMF or 'Annual Maintenance Fee' to support the growth of (ISC)2 is required for recertification.

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Course Description

Course Overview

CertHippo CSSLP course is spaced out and covers all eight domains of the CSSLP certification. CSSLP training from InfoSec Train clearly stands out in the business, with 40 hours of specialized training by likened and experienced teachers and access to recorded sessions.

Target Audience

  • Database Administrator

  • Network Security Engineer

  • Security Administrator

  • Security Analyst

  • Security Consultant/Specialist

  • Systems Administrator

  • Systems Engineer

  • Systems/Network Analyst

Pre-Requisites

To be SSCP certified, a candidate must pass the test and have at least one year of cumulative paid full-time job experience in one or more of the SSCP CBK's seven areas.

SSCP Course Objectives

  • Access Controls

  • Security Operations and Administration

  • Security Operations and Administration

  • Risk Identification, Monitoring, and Analysis

  • Incident Response and Recovery

  • Cryptography

  • Network and Communications Security

  • Systems and Application Security

Why CSSLP course from InfoSec Train?

CertHippo CSSLP training is the finest in the market. The following are some compelling reasons to join in CertHippo CSSLP Training Course:


  • The chapters are organised in a simple and straightforward manner.

  • All training includes engaging content, and recordings are made available afterward.

  • The CSSLP certification, as well as other information security certifications, are held by the greatest trainers in the field.

  • Trainers have extensive expertise in both the information security and training industries.

  • Excellent advice for passing the certification exam.

Target Audience

  • Application Security Specialist

  • IT Director/Manager

  • Penetration Tester

  • Project Manager

  • Quality Assurance Tester

  • Security Manager

  • Software Architect

  • Software Developer

  • Software Engineer

  • Software Procurement Analyst

  • Software Program Manager

Pre-Requisites

A candidate wanting to take the CSSLP test should have 4 or more years of SDLC (Software Development Lifecycle Experience) in one or more of the CSSLP CBK's eight areas.  They can also take the test if they have 3 years of SDLC experience in one or more CSSLP CBK areas and a 4-year Baccalaureate degree in Computer Science or a comparable discipline.

CSSLP Course Objectives

After completing the course, you will be more prepared to take the CSSLP test.


Professional development

The CSSLP course and certification guarantee that you grow in your profession with the necessary technical skills and knowledge.

versatile abilities

After completing the CSSLP course and receiving the certification, you will be armed with a diverse set of abilities in your InfoSec arsenal.

Salary increases

You will be able to earn a higher wage after completing the course and receiving the certification.  (ISC)2 members earn 35% more than non-members on average (THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE CSSLP)

Peer recognition

One of the major benefits of taking the CSSLP course from InfoSec Train and earning the certification is the recognition of colleagues in the InfoSec business.

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The Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) is an (ISC)² certification for professionals in software development and security. It validates knowledge and skills in developing secure software and managing vulnerabilities throughout the software development lifecycle. The training covers secure software concepts, coding, testing, deployment, maintenance, and more. Four years of work experience in one or more of the eight domains covered in the exam is required. Earning the CSSLP certification can enhance career opportunities and demonstrate the ability to develop and maintain secure software applications.

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