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What is QILA’s Secure Software Development course?

Software security is one of the most important topics in today’s information security arena. The five major points covered in our course are the challenges facing software security today: needs, programming problems and security.

The rest of the course will be based on building software security by using internationally recognised security development lifecycle (SDLC) principles that all software development lifecycles (SDLCs) adhere to.

The course focuses on: The need for software security; software security lifecycle; quality vs secure coding; important SDL requirements; modelling threats and attack surface validation.

 

Who is it for?

ICT programmers and senior programmers

 

Learning outcomes

  • Importance of software security
  • Secure Software Development Lifecycle
  • Writing secure code
  • Modeling threats and attack surface validation through coding

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What is QILA’s Secure Software Development course?

Software security is one of the most important topics in today’s information security arena. The five major points covered in our course are the challenges facing software security today: needs, programming problems and security.

The rest of the course will be based on building software security by using internationally recognised security development lifecycle (SDLC) principles that all software development lifecycles (SDLCs) adhere to.

The course focuses on: The need for software security; software security lifecycle; quality vs secure coding; important SDL requirements; modelling threats and attack surface validation.

 

Who is it for?

ICT programmers and senior programmers

 

Learning outcomes

  • Importance of software security
  • Secure Software Development Lifecycle
  • Writing secure code
  • Modeling threats and attack surface validation through coding

Watch out this space for more information