Computer security is becoming increasingly important today as we are getting more reliant upon computers and therefore the number of security incidents is steadily increasing. Vulnerable software is one of the basic causes of the many security incidents, and given the increasingly complex nature of software, this is often not a problem that will be solved within the near term. Reducing the amount and severity of vulnerabilities is both possible and useful in software projects. The principles behind the CSSLP certification can provide a roadmap to the present goal.

Software vulnerabilities are preventable. Reducing the amount and severity of vulnerabilities in software isn’t a trivial task; it’s one that’s complex and difficult to execute. Years of experience across the software development organizations have resulted in proven methods of improving the software development process. Using these principles, development teams can produce software that has fewer vulnerabilities, and people that are found are of lesser risk. This reduces the whole cost of development over the entire development lifecycle. This also improves the general enterprise security posture of the users of the software, reducing their costs also. Reduced risk, reduced cost, improved customer relations, and therefore the advantages of improving the event process make the hard tasks required worth undertaking.

Creating and managing the required processes to create a secure development lifecycle may be a significant task. The CSSLP credential speaks to the knowledge needed to form this possible. Software development may be a team activity and one that needs a series of processes within the enterprise. The tasks required to work within a security-focused development environment require a workforce with an enhanced skill set. additionally to their individual skills in their areas of experience, team members got to have an understanding of how a security-enhanced software development lifecycle process works. The body of data for CSSLP covers these essential elements, and whether a designer, developer, tester, or program manager, the body of data prepares a team for operating during this environment.

uCertify’s Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional course covers everything you’ll need to know for (ISC)²’s CSSLP exam. Each lesson covers specific objectives and details for the exam, as defined by (ISC)². Upon course completion, you will be able to demonstrate competency in the following CSSLP CBK Domains: 

  1. Secure Software Design
  2. Secure Software Testing
  3. Secure Software Concepts
  4. Secure Lifecycle Management
  5. Secure Software Requirements
  6. Supply Chain and Software Acquisition
  7. Secure Software Implementation/Programming
  8. Software Deployment, Operations, and Maintenance

So, be a Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional with uCertify. Start your prep today!

Learn about cloud security and prepare for the (ISC)² Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) exam with the uCertify course and lab. The course covers the certification exam objectives and provides expertise in:

  • Design Requirements
  • Legal and Compliance
  • Architectural Concepts
  • Cloud Application Security
  • Responsibilities in the Cloud
  • Cloud Data Classification and Security
  • Operations Elements and Management
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The course comes with exam-based practice tests that closely follow the exam objectives and are designed to simulate real exam conditions. It also has PrepEngine which provides different sets of questions to prepare for the exam in the test environment. uCertify labs are virtual environments created to allow you to experiment and apply your knowledge to real-life situations. The labs allow you to experiment, make mistakes, and learn from them in a risk-free environment. Most uCertify labs are auto-graded this enables students to get immediate feedback and remediation. 

About (ISC)² CCSP Exam

The (ISC)² CCSP is a standalone credential that complements and builds upon existing credentials and educational programs, including (ISC)²’s Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and CSA’s Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK). This certification is proof of candidates’ knowledge to manage, design, and secure data, applications, and infrastructure in the cloud making use of best policies, practices, and procedures established by the cybersecurity experts at (ISC)². The topics covered in the CCSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) ensure its relevance across all disciplines in the field of cloud security. The CCSP certification has been specially designed for IT and information security leaders who are responsible for applying best practices to cloud security architecture, design, operations and service orchestration. It is also ideal for:

  • Security Manager
  • Systems Architect
  • Security Architect
  • Security Engineer
  • Systems Engineer
  • Security Consultant
  • Enterprise Architect
  • Security Administrator

Are you planning to be a Certified Cloud Security Professional? Start your prep with uCertify today!

Luis Solari is an Information Security Administrator at VIVA Bolivia with over 16 years of work experience in the field of IT. He has participated in IT consulting projects such as data migration, IT due diligence, ethical hacking, systems audit, formulating and implementing information security policies; systems audit, Sarbanes Oxley audit, revenue assurance, and audit support financial in the main Bolivian companies. Luis has the following IT certifications:

  • ISACA CISA
  • ISACA CRISC
  • EC-Council CEH
  • PECB Certified Trainer for ISO/IEC 27001
  • PECB Certified ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Auditor
  • PECB Certified ISO 31000 Lead Risk Manager

He has recently reviewed our ISC2 CISSP course and provided his valuable feedback. Please read it here:

Luis Solari Reviewed Our ISC2 CISSP Course

“I have found the ISC2 CISSP course to be very interesting and extremely helpful for beginners who want to pass the certification exam in their first attempt. The study resources in the course will help you have a great learning experience.   

The quizzes provide detailed answers and I am extremely impressed by the Labs. Various interactive components like flashcards, pre-assessments, and post-assessments are added in the course which is based on the ISC2 CISSP certification exam.”

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Thank you, Luis, we are glad to have your honest and valuable feedback on our course. 

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Alexander Irigoyen is a Network Manager at the University of Redlands at the University of Redlands with over 20 years of Network Administrator experience with an emphasis on security. He is in the CompTIA SME Governance Committee & CompTIA SME Technical Advisory Committee (CSTAC) to help in the development of the A+, Network+, Server+, Cloud+, Security+, CySA+, and CASP+ exams. He holds expertise in network design and management; network administration and IT security; firewall management, SOC analysis, and CompTIA exam development. Alexander has held the following IT certifications:

  • CCNA
  • CompTIA A+
  • CCNA Security
  • Microsoft MCSE
  • Microsoft MCSA
  • CompTIA Network+
  • CompTIA Security+
  • CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+)

He has recently reviewed our ISC2 CISSP course and provided his valuable feedback. Please read it here:

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“The ISC2 CISSP course and lab by uCertify has a lot of great learning resources including quizzes, videos, practice tests, and flashcards that reinforce the material presented within each lesson plan.    

This course is well suited especially for those already working in the information security industry. This course covers all of the domains within the CISSP exam and provides several tools along the way to measure your performance.”

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Thank you, Alexander, we are glad to have your honest and valuable feedback on our course. 

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Marquel Waites is a Cyber Analyst and Military Veteran with 21 years of experience in the United States Army. He is skilled in system troubleshooting, logistics/resourcing, data analysis, cyber operations, vulnerability management, process improvement, change management, risk analysis/mitigation, security assessment, and security analytics. He also has a working knowledge of tools and technologies like SQL Server 2017, Ubuntu Server, Microsoft Windows Server 2016, Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2016, Microsoft Security Center Configuration Manager, and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016.

He has recently reviewed our ISC2 CCSP course and provided his valuable feedback. Please read it here:

See What Marquel Waites Has To Say About Our ISC2 CCSP Course

“The uCertify CCSP Certification course provides chapters, lessons, and exercises. The lab exercises are important to get involved in as the labs will enhance your learning experience.

I really liked the flashcards and quizzes that are added at the end of the chapters. They will help you understand the CCSP exam objectives in a better way.”

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Thank you, Marquel, we are glad to have your honest and valuable feedback on our course. 

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