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    Discover the security skills to successfully prevent development from threats

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    Get in-depth knowledge of software life cycle phases

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    Understand how to lessen production cost with lesser use of resources

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    Plan to strengthen the software development

The information systems require the software development to be threat free. The organisations use the software development life cycle (SDLC) for the software development. To get best out of these phases, we require security skills that prevent the system from threats. The Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professionals (CSSLP) are the ones who have skills for incorporating security in each phase of the SDLC.     

To prevent your software development from security threats, you should gain CSSLP skills. Our CSSLP Course covers all the concepts that will make you a proficient Professional. You can start this course by gaining following skills that the successful CSSLP professionals have:

  • They reduce production cost: As the product development contributes 80% of the product cost. So you can lessen the cost by using various design strategies.
  • They lessen the vulnerabilities of the system: The vulnerabilities are the holes by which attacker can attack the system. You should develop software by incorporating security to each phase of development.

The course forms a part of the CISSP Training.

Who should take this course

This course is designed for the following professionals:

  • Software Developers
  • Engineers
  • Architects
  • Project Managers
  • Software QA
  • Business Analysts


You must have four-year experience in software development lifecycle area (SDLC).


What Will You Learn

The objectives of this course are to equip you:

  • With programming skills so that you can detect the vulnerabilities of the software system
  • To achieve the dependable, lifecycle and recoverable system
  • With assessment skills
  • With security and functional testing skills

What's included

  Course Overview

What is the need to incorporate security in every SDLC phase? What are the various phases of software development lifecycle? We will explain software development life cycle model as well as the incorporation of security in every development phase. Our certified CSSLP instructors deliver an understanding of the CSSLP course concepts.


  Course Content

An Overview of Software Concepts

  • Procedures and implications with centralised and decentralised environments
  • Procedures of Security Design
  • What is software development?

Requirements of Security Software:

  • An Overview of security controls
  • Classifying and categorising data
  • Functional and operational requirements

An Introduction to Secure Software Design

  • Implementing requirements into design
  • Describing design process and design requirements
  • An overview of threat modelling

Secure Software Coding

  • What are coding and testing standards?
  • The types of security tools

Secure Software Testing

  • Testing for Security and Quality Assurance
  • Various types of Testing
  • Influence Assessment and Corrective Action
  • Lifecycle Management data tests

Software Acceptance

  • What are risks?
  • Self-governing Testing Methods

Supply Chain and Software Acquisition

  • What is Supplier Sourcing?
  • The summary of software delivery
  • Assessing risks


What is CISSP?

CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) is globally approved. In 1988, there was a need of a standardised body that can deliver competence. IN 1990, CBK (Common body of knowledge) was established.

The CISSP Training offers knowledge to prepare for the CISSP exam. This course will provide an understanding of the 8 CBK domains as well as software lifecycle phases. The Pentagon’s CSSLP Boot Camp training validates individual’s ability in integrating security in lifecycle phases.

 You can successfully use their skills and accomplishments in their workplace after attending this training. The course prepares candidates with the knowledge and expertise to complete the CISSP exam, which makes them to Certify Information Systems Security Professional status. You should come up with 4-year experience in the field of CBK domains and software development lifecycle area.

CSSLP Eight Domains:

CSSLP validates skills in the eight domains of the common body of knowledge. These eight domains are as the following:

  • Secure Software Concepts: It covers basic concepts and secure design principles for monitoring the behaviour, use, and content of the system
  • Secure Software Requirements – It captures functional and non-functional security necessities.
  • Secure Software Design: It translates security needs into application design elements.
  • Secure Software Implementation: Applying secure coding and testing values and tools to evade introducing security susceptibilities.
  • Secure Software Testing: It includes testing for security functionality and resiliency to attack
  • Software Lifecycle Management: It reinforces the overall security posture of the software.
  • Software Deployment, Operations, and Maintenance: It includes security subjects around stable state processes and management of software.
  • Supply Chain and Software Acquisition: It offers a rounded outline of the knowledge and responsibilities obligatory in managing risk for outsourced development, attainment, and attaining of software and related services.

Benefits of CSSLP training:

You will get the following benefits after attending this Training:

  • You should take the CISSP training as it is universally approved. The CISSP certified are the respectful people in their organisations.
  • As CISSP has been most valuable information security certification, so It provides the career path.
  • The CISSP training is approved as brand-daddy of all the certifications. It equips you with the vast expertise.
  • The CISSP professionals get higher salary status as compared to non-certified
  • You will be ready to handle any security related threat.
  • You will be equipped with expertise that will help you to get into bigger companies.
  • Security professional’s role is at a premium, as there is crucial need of a system to detect and defend against security threats.

CSSLP Benefits:

The CSSLP certification is very beneficial as it prepares you to:

  • Break the penetrate and patch testing approach
  • Decrease production costs, susceptibilities and delivery suspensions
  • Improve the reliability of your company and its development team
  • Reduce loss of income and status due to a breach resulting from unconfident software
  • Confirm obedience with government or industry rules

CSSLP Boot Camp Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
CSSLP Boot Camp 4 days Dunfermline
CSSLP Boot Camp 4 days Dunfermline
CSSLP Boot Camp 4 days Dunfermline

About Dunfermline

Dunfermline is a town located in Fife, Scotland. In 2011, the population recorded was 49,706 and the figures released in 2012 shown Dunfermline’s population as 50,380 which made It largest locality in Fife and tenth in Scotland.

Dunfermline town was recorded first in the 11th century. The marriage of Malcolm III, King of Scotland and Saint Margaret at the church located in Dunfermline. This town has much historical significance and also provide facilities for leisure. The primary focus of employment is on service sector that has the largest employer being Sky UK. Other major employers in Dunfermline are Amazon, FMC Technologies, Best Western, Lloyds and Nationwide.


Dunfermline has rich history and heritage. Dunfermline signified Gaelic. A fort by a meandering rivulet and fort refers to a building called Malcolm Canmore’s that is at the Peninsular mount in Pittencrieff Glen. Dun means either a fort or hill. Fiar means winding or crooked. From this tower, Dunfermline originated as town and marked its existence. The arms of town are supported by two lions with motto ““Esto rupes inaccessa”.

Dunfermline City is one of the hidden jewel of Scotland and among an impressive place. History of Dunfermline goes back to the residence of kings of Scotland and history of Church.


Dunfermline is home to professional rugby, football as well as cricket teams. Dunfermline Athletic senior football team play their games at East End Park in Scottish Championship. The team has become famous after winning Scottish Cup twice in 1961 and 1968 and gained a reputation. Dunfermline Senior Rugby team play at McKane Park in Caledonia League Division. A cricket club is also based at Carnegie Cricket Ground which is an athletics ground at Pitreavie. A major extension to the centre was completed in November 2011. It includes 25 yards (23m) Edward training pool in new 25 meters 6 land deck level pool movable floor, there is an improved entrance and reception area with new gym and a new cafe.


Dunfermline has 14 primary schools and four secondary schools. Other facilities include a private school and Calaiswood ASN School intended for children with health needs and learning difficulties.

Oldest secondary school in town is Dunfermline High School, established in 1816 and now it is called Queen Anne Street. Since 1994 school serves both western and southern parts of town as well as Kincardine and Rosyth that occupied a site on St Leonard’s Street. In Wellwood towards the north-west area of the town, Queen Anne High School is located. In 1972, Woodmill High School was updated which was originally a junior secondary. The school was developed in Priory Land. In 1969, St Columba’s high school was opened which is one of two Roman Catholic secondary schools in Fife. School server people are living in West Fife. Fife College provided further education and was known as Lauder Technical School in 1899 and Andrew Carnegie provided its funding. In 1910, the textile school was founded and funded by Carnegie. Later it was known as Technical School in 1927. In 1951 school was known as technical college and then it's named turned to Lauder College in late 20th century. In 2007 it became Carnegie College.