FREE CSSLP Practice Exams coming February 2020!

Course now available on Udemy and also Pearson O’Reilly FREE for subscribers!

Udemy Course is here.

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Earning the globally recognized CSSLP secure software development certification is a proven way to build your career and better incorporate security practices into each phase of the software development lifecycle (SDLC).

CSSLP certification recognizes leading application security skills. It shows employers and peers you have the advanced technical skills and knowledge necessary for authentication, authorization and auditing throughout the SDLC using best practices, policies and procedures established by the cybersecurity experts at (ISC)².

Obtaining your certification will prove your skills, help advance your career, and even gain support from a community of cybersecurity leaders here to help you throughout your professional journey.

The Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) certification is a vendor neutral credential; launched in 2008 by the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, or (ISC)2. This exam is very challenging even to software developers with experience because of the depth of knowledge required to learn in order to pass.

This course has been developed by an industry professional with over twenty years of IT experience. Course contains numerous aids to help the learning process such as demos, discussions, whiteboard designs, test tips, practice reviews and practice questions.

The CSSLP certification validates that the certified professional has the expertise to include the best security practices, auditing, and authorization into each phase of the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). SDLC phases include software design, implementation, testing, and deployment.

After earning their CSSLP certification, a software professional will be able to develop a software security program in their organization, reduce production cost, mitigate source code vulnerabilities, and reduce losses because of software breaches.

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