Cyber Secure Coder (Exam CSC-210)

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Master secure software development lifecycle with Cyber Secure Coder (CSC-210) course, covering vulnerability identification, secure design, protection implementation, and post-deployment security maintenance.

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Cyber Secure Coder (Exam CSC-210)


The Cyber Secure Coder (Exam CSC-210) course provides a comprehensive approach to integrating security and privacy measures throughout the software development lifecycle. It covers identifying vulnerabilities, designing secure architectures, implementing protections, testing for security flaws, and maintaining security post-deployment.


By the end of this course, leaner will be able to:

  • Identify security needs and expectations in software projects.
  • Eliminate vulnerabilities within software code.
  • Design secure architectures using a Security by Design approach.
  • Implement common protections to safeguard users and data.
  • Apply various testing methods to identify and rectify security defects.


  • Basic programming experience.
  • Familiarity with desktop, mobile, web, or cloud application development.
  • Recommended preparatory courses:
  • Python® Programming: Introduction and Advanced.
  • HTML5: Content Authoring with New and Advanced Features.
  • SQL Querying: Fundamentals (Second Edition).

Course Outline

Module 1: Understanding Security Needs2024-02-18T14:14:34+05:30
  • Identify security requirements and expectations.
  • Recognize factors undermining software security.
  • Detect vulnerabilities and gather intelligence on potential exploits.
Module 2: Addressing Vulnerabilities2024-02-18T14:15:38+05:30
  • Handle vulnerabilities arising from defects, misconfiguration, and human factors.
  • Mitigate vulnerabilities due to process shortcomings and inadequate security protocols.
Module 3: Designing Secure Architectures2024-02-18T14:16:59+05:30
  • Apply general principles for secure design.
  • Develop software architectures that counter specific security threats effectively.
Module 4: Implementing Protections2024-02-18T14:18:01+05:30
  • Follow best practices for secure coding.
  • Prevent platform and privacy vulnerabilities through effective coding techniques.
Module 5: Testing and Maintaining Security2024-02-18T14:18:57+05:30
  • Perform security testing to identify and rectify vulnerabilities.
  • Analyze code for security flaws and utilize automated testing tools.
  • Monitor and log applications post-deployment to maintain ongoing security measures.

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