Learn Security Engineering
The Security Engineering skill path teaches you concepts related to security architecture and engineering, including technical integration of enterprise security, security design and implementation, secure maintenance and disposal, and more.
Security Engineering training
This learning path provides a comprehensive, deep-dive into the world of security engineering. Thirty-one courses build your knowledge and skills around everything from securing storage and devices to implementing and maintaining systems to managing risk and vulnerabilities. You’ll also learn about secure software development, the importance of disaster recovery and continuity planning, and a variety of technical security controls. Upon completion, you’ll have a thorough understanding of security engineering best practices, processes and techniques that you can to carry over to your next role or project.
Learning path components
Stakeholder Requirements Definition
Software Vulnerabilities and Security Controls
Secure Storage Controls
Securing Host Devices
Network Security Components
Technical Management Processes
System Development Methodologies
Verification and Validation of Systems or System Modifications
Implementation, Integration and Deployment of Systems or System Modifications
System Security Architecture and Design
Secure Software Development
Secure Design Principles
Operational Risk Management
Risk Management Process
Vulnerability Management Principles
Business Continuity Planning
System Resilience Principles
Risk Management Principles
General Security Principles
Distributed System & Virtualized Networks
Secure Network Design
WAN & Remote Access Security
Data Center Security
System Protection Mechanisms
What you’ll learn.
- Identifying security gaps and implementing controls
- Technical management processes and tools
- Acquiring and maintaining systems
- Designing systems and implementing protection mechanisms
- Agile and other development methodologies
- Secure software design
- vulnerability and risk management
- Understanding stakeholders and business objectives
Who is this for?
At least two to three years of information security experience and a thorough understanding of networking and security concepts are recommended.
This skill path is designed for:
- System engineers
- Security architects
- Chief information security officers
- Business analysts
- Cybersecurity consultants
- Anyone with a desire to build their security engineering skills
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