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CSSLP®: Secure Software Design

by Kevin Henry

Not taking the time to effectively design and architect your software will often lead to incomplete and disappointing results. This course will help you design secure software programs and systems in order to prepare you for the CSSLP® exam.

What you'll learn

Many software development projects fail to meet business requirements and address security risks adequately. In this course, CSSLP®: Secure Software Design, you'll learn how to address the business functional and security requirements for the new and modified software. First, you'll explore the methodologies, models, and architectural techniques that you'll use to develop an enterprise-wide security and business solution. Next, you'll discover how to establish trusted interfaces to other systems. Finally, you'll delve into the fascinating world of encryption. By the end of this course, you'll have the necessary knowledge to design an effective and secure software.

About the author

Kevin Henry is a well-known and respected educator and lecturer in the fields of information security and audit. Kevin uses his more than 30 years of practical experience as a network technician, computer programmer, and information systems auditor to deliver outstanding presentations that make each topic interesting, relevant, and useful. Often described by students as "The best instructor I have ever had," Kevin has the ability to provide quality instruction that engages the audience and provi... more

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