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Training: Security - Softwareentwicklung - Certification

SC205-EN ISC2 CSSLP Preparation


The SC205 ISC2 CSSLP preparation course is ideal for software developers and security professionals who are responsible for applying best practices at every stage of the SDLC - from software design and implementation to testing and deployment.
It also prepares them for the CSSLP ISC2 certification exam.
The wide range of topics covered by the CSSLP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK®) ensures that the course is relevant to all information security disciplines.
target group:
The SC205 ISC2 CSSLP Preparation course is aimed at:
  • Software Architect
  • Software Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • Application Security Specialist
  • Software Program Manager
  • Quality Assurance Tester
  • Penetration Tester
  • Software Procurement Analyst
  • Project Manager
  • Security Manager
  • IT Director/Manager

In order to follow the pace and content of the SC205 ISC2 CSSLP Preparation course and qualify for certification, you must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • At least four years of SDLC experience
  • Experience in one or more of the eight domains of the ISC2 CSSLP Guide or three years' experience in one or more of the eight domains of the CSSLP Guide
  • Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology (IT) or related field

The aim of the SC205 ISC2 CSSLP Preparation course is to provide you with in-depth knowledge of safety-critical aspects throughout the software development lifecycle. You will learn how to integrate security into the software development process from the very beginning and thus ensure the development of secure applications.
price and duration:
duration: 5 days
price: 3450,- Euro + VAT

The exam fee is not included in the price and must be paid directly to the Pearson VUE test centre where the exam takes place.

We are also happy to conduct this training in-house, please contact us.

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Will be scheduled on request
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  • Domain 1: Secure Software Concepts
    • 1.1 Understand core concepts
    • 1.2 Understand security design principles

  • Domain 2: Secure Software Lifecycle Management
    • 2.1 Manage security within a software development methodology (e.g., Agile, waterfall)
    • 2.2 Identify and adopt security standards (e.g., implementing security frameworks, promoting security awareness)
    • 2.3 Outline strategy and roadmap
    • 2.4 Define and develop security documentation
    • 2.5 Define security metrics (e.g., criticality level, average remediation time, complexity, Key Performance Indicators (KPI), objectives and key results
    • 2.6 Decommission applications
    • 2.7 Create security reporting mechanisms (e.g., reports, dashboards, feedback loops)
    • 2.8 Incorporate integrated risk management methods
    • 2.9 Implement secure operation practices

  • Domain 3: Secure Software Requirements
    • 3.1 Define software security requirements
    • 3.2 Identify compliance requirements
    • 3.3 Identify data classification requirements
    • 3.4 Identify privacy requirements
    • 3.5 Define data access provisioning
    • 3.6 Develop misuse and abuse cases
    • 3.7 Develop security requirement traceability matrix
    • 3.8 Define third-party vendor security requirements

  • Domain 4: Secure Software Architecture and Design
    • 4.1 Define the security architecture
    • 4.2 Perform secure interface design
    • 4.3 Evaluate and select reusable technologies
    • 4.4 Perform threat modeling
    • 4.5 Perform architectural risk assessment and design reviews
    • 4.6 Model (non-functional) security properties and constraints
    • 4.7 Define secure operational architecture (e.g., deployment topology, operational interfaces, Continuous Integration and Continuou Delivery (CI/CD))

  • Domain 5: Secure Software Implementation
    • 5.1 Adhere to relevant secure coding practices (e.g., standards, guidelines, regulations)
    • 5.2 Analyze code for security risks
    • 5.3 Implement security controls (e.g., watchdogs, file integrity monitoring, anti-malware)
    • 5.4 Address the identified security risks (e.g., risk strategy)
    • 5.5 Evaluate and integrate components
    • 5.6 Apply security during the build process

  • Domain 6: Secure Software Testing
    • 6.1 Develop security testing strategy & plan
    • 6.2 Develop security test cases
    • 6.3 Verify and validate documentation (e.g., installation and setup instructions, error messages, user guides, release notes)
    • 6.4 Identify undocumented functionality
    • 6.5 Analyze security implications of test results (e.g., impact on product management, prioritization, break/build criteria)
    • 6.6 Classify and track security errors
    • 6.7 Secure test data
    • 6.8 Perform verification and validation testing (e.g., independent/internal verification and validation, acceptance test)

  • Domain 7: Secure Software Deployment, Operations, Maintenance
    • 7.1 Perform operational risk analysis
    • 7.2 Secure configuration and version control
    • 7.3 Release software securely
    • 7.4 Store and manage security data
    • 7.5 Ensure secure installation
    • 7.6 Obtain security approval to operate (e.g., risk acceptance, sign-off at appropriate level)
    • 7.7 Perform information security continuous monitoring
    • 7.8 Execute the incident response plan
    • 7.9 Perform patch management (e.g. secure release, testing)
    • 7.10 Perform vulnerability management (e.g., tracking, triaging, Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE))
    • 7.11 Incorporate runtime protection (e.g., Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP), web application firewall (WAF), Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR), dynamic execution prevention)
    • 7.12 Support continuity of operations
    • 7.13 Integrate service level objectives and service-level agreements (SLA) (e.g., maintenance, performance, availability, qualified personnel)

  • Domain 8: Secure Software Supply Chain
    • 8.1 Implement software supply chain risk management (e.g., International Organization for Standardization (ISO), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
    • 8.2 Analyze security of third-party software
    • 8.3 Verify pedigree and provenance
    • 8.4 Ensure and verify supplier security requirements in the acquisition process
    • 8.5 Support contractual requirements (e.g., intellectual property ownership, code escrow, liability, warranty, End-User License Agreement (EULA), service-level agreements (SLA))

Further information:
With the introduction of the new CBK, the exam was switched to online exams at recognised Pearson VUE centres in Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Munich and Leinfelden-Echterdingen. The exam must always be taken and paid for separately at a Pearson VUE test centre and can be registered flexibly via the Pearson VUE homepage. In the English exam, 125 multiple-choice questions, as a computerised adaptive test, are to be completed in a maximum of 4 hours. The exam is passed with 700 out of 1000 points, is not tied to any prerequisites.
If a course participant fails the exam, they can repeat the preparation course within one year. In this case, only the costs for accommodation and meals as well as the examination fees are incurred. Participation in the course is free of charge.