Learning Path

Secure SDLC

    Syllabus

  • Secure Design Course — 02:00:02
    • Secure design applies to individual features that can correspond to their respective secure requirements.

  • Secure Response Course — 00:34:15
    • Secure response is a structured methodology for handling security incidents, breaches and cyber threats.

  • Secure Validation Course — 00:37:07
    • Secure validation is testing with a hacker’s perspective to check whether the security controls are in place.

  • Security Awareness Training Course — 01:01:46
    • Security awareness training is an education process that teaches employees and users about cybersecurity, IT best practices and even regulatory compliance.

  • Secure SDLC Project
  • Collaborative Model Course — 00:25:28
    • Collaboration is an approach that applies to a wide variety of systems.

  • Secure Deploy Course — 00:38:32
    • Secure deploy is for the purpose of formalizing and automating the deployment process in a secure way.

  • Secure Build Course — 00:38:32
    • Secure build is a practice to apply the secure requirements and design to the software or system development.

  • Secure Requirements Course — 00:35:03
    • Secure requirements are security features required by system users or a quality the system must have to increase the user’s trust.

  • Introduction to SDLC Course — 00:23:45
    • In this course, you’ll be introduced to Secure SDLC, a framework to establish system development by integrating security.

  • Secure SDLC Skill Assessment Assessment — 00:26:00

Syllabus

What you will learn

This learning path teaches you the necessary Secure SDLC concepts to become an expert and educate the users or employees in your organization. Though we have different teams like Blue, Red and Purple involved in managing the security, these nine courses teach about how security is everyone’s responsibility. We’ll also look at how each phase of the SDLC moves into the next phase, with security awareness training moving into secure requirements and more.

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Meet the author

John Prathab has a master’s degree in software engineering and more than a decade of experience in IT, with 12 years in application security and three years in software development.

His primary responsibilities are in Secure SDLC, including but not limited to threat modeling, secure DevOps, web application firewalls, static and dynamic application security testing, RASP, pentesting and red teaming in order to safeguard information and hold people accountable for security.

He’s interested in active learning, innovation and mentorship and is certified in ethical hacking, computer hacking and forensic investigation. He holds SANS GMOB and Data Virtualization Architect certificates.

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