(ISC)2/Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP)

Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) Certification Training Course Overview

The course on CSSLP teaches how to secure your applications. After having CSSLP certification from (ISC) ², your application security capability within the software development lifecycle will be authorized.

Salient Features of CSSLP training at Koenig:

  • The CSSLP course at Koenig is conducted under the supervision of a CSSLP instructor
  • Focused Training on Official ISC2 CSSLP CBK
  • Specialized study notes focusing on exam content
  • Mock Test as per the difficulty level and pattern of real exam
  • This course has been designed to maximize success in the tough CSSLP exam

This course supports a certification that is a DoD Approved 8570 Baseline Certification and meets DoD 8570 training requirements

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Course Modules

Module 1: Secure Software Concepts
  • Core Concepts
  • Security Design Principles
Module 2: Secure Software Requirements
  • Define Software Security Requirements
  • Identify and Analyze Compliance Requirements
  • Identify and Analyze Data Classification Requirements
  • Identify and Analyze Privacy Requirements
  • Develop Misuse and Abuse Cases
  • Develop Security Requirement Traceability Matrix (STRM)
  • Ensure Security Requirements Flow Down to Suppliers/Providers
Module 3: Secure Software Architecture and Design
  • Perform Threat Modeling
  • Define the Security Architecture
  • Performing Secure Interface Design
  • Performing Architectural Risk Assessment
  • Model (Non-Functional) Security Properties and Constraints
  • Model and Classify Data
  • Evaluate and Select Reusable Secure Design
  • Perform Security Architecture and Design Review
  • Define Secure Operational Architecture (e.g., deployment topology, operational interfaces)
  • Use Secure Architecture and Design Principles, Patterns, and Tools
Module 4: Secure Software Implementation
  • Adhere to Relevant Secure Coding Practices (e.g., standards, guidelines and regulations)
  • Analyze Code for Security Risks
  • Implement Security Controls (e.g., watchdogs, File Integrity Monitoring (FIM), anti-malware)
  • Address Security Risks (e.g. remediation, mitigation, transfer, accept)
  • Securely Reuse Third-Party Code or Libraries (e.g., Software Composition Analysis (SCA))
  • Securely Integrate Components
  • Apply Security During the Build Process
Module 5: Secure Software Testing
  • Develop Security Test Cases
  • Develop Security Testing Strategy and Plan
  • Verify and Validate Documentation (e.g., installation and setup instructions, error messages, user guides, release notes)
  • Identify Undocumented Functionality
  • Analyze Security Implications of Test Results (e.g., impact on product management, prioritization, break build criteria)
  • Classify and Track Security Errors
  • Secure Test Data
  • Secure Test Data
Module 6: Secure Software Lifecycle Management
  • Secure Configuration and Version Control (e.g., hardware, software, documentation, interfaces, patching)
  • Define Strategy and Roadmap
  • Manage Security Within a Software Development Methodology
  • Identify Security Standards and Frameworks
  • Define and Develop Security Documentation
  • Develop Security Metrics (e.g., defects per line of code, criticality level, average remediation time, complexity)
  • Decommission Software
  • Report Security Status (e.g., reports, dashboards, feedback loops)
  • Incorporate Integrated Risk Management (IRM)
  • Promote Security Culture in Software Development
  • Implement Continuous Improvement (e.g., retrospective, lessons learned)
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Course Prerequisites
  • Have a minimum of 4 years of cumulative paid full-time professional experience in the software development lifecycle (SDLC) in 1 or more of the 8 domains of the (ISC)² CSSLP CBK or 3 years of cumulative paid full-time professional experience in the SDLC in 1 or more of the 8 domains of the (ISC)² CSSLP CBK with a 4-year college degree, or regional equivalent in Computer Science, Information Technology (IT) or related fields.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:-

  • Creating an application security program in organization
  • Dropping production costs, delivery delays and application vulnerabilities
  • Increasing the integrity of an organization
  • Reducing loss of income due to a breach resulting from insecure software

Give an edge to your career with Cyber Security certification training courses. Students can join the classes for Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) Training & Certification Course at Koenig Campus located at New Delhi, Bengaluru, Shimla, Goa, Dehradun, Dubai & Instructor-Led Online.

FAQ's


Yes, fee excludes local taxes.

CSSLP stands for Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional. It is a certification from ISC2 that enables professionals to focus on application security within the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC).

CSSLP is meant for professionals involved in Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and application security practices, such as:

  • Software Developers
  • Software Architects
  • Application Security Specialists
  • Software Program Managers
  • Penetration Testers
  • Security Managers
  • Software Procurement Analysts

The CSSLP certification is broken down into eight domains:

  • Secure Software Concepts
  • Secure Software Requirements
  • Software Design
  • Secure Software Implementation/Coding
  • Secure Software Testing
  • Software Acceptance, Software Deployment
  • Operations, Maintenance and Disposal
  • Supply Chain and Software Acquisition

A CSSLP certification holder needs to recertify every three years. In order to maintain the certification, an Annual Maintenance Fee (AMF) of US $35 is paid by the credential holder and at least 90 CPE credits are earned during the three-year certification cycle.

If the CPE requirements are not met, a CSSLP is required to retake the exam with an Annual Maintenance Fee (AMF) of US $100.

As per PayScale, the average salary for the CSSLP certification is $116,000 per year.