CSSLP®: Supply Chain and Software Acquisition
The final domain of the CSSLP® addresses topics the exam candidate needs to know to work with vendors in acquiring software or outsourcing software development, and the risks associated with third parties having access to data and business plans.
What you'll learn
Your organization may outsource software development, and it almost certainly purchases software from vendors. How can you contribute to ensuring that vendor-supplied products meet regulatory and business needs and provide oversight for software development and implementation when provided by a third party? This course, CSSLP®: Supply Chain and Software Acquisition, you will first learn about the need to ensure security controls. Next you will learn about the ensuring the development process by a software vendor. Finally, you will touch on the process of updating and maintaining third-party software. By the end of this course, you'll have completed all 8 courses on the CSSLP® exam.