CERT Cybersecurity Engineering and Software Assurance Professional Certificate
The CERT Cybersecurity Engineering and Software Assurance Professional Certificate program targets software-reliant systems engineering and acquisition activities to infuse an awareness of cybersecurity and an approach to identifying security requirements, engineering risk, and supply chain risk early in the lifecycle.
Benefits of the CERT Cybersecurity Engineering and Software Assurance Professional Certificate
The courses for this certificate require the student to independently perform scenario-based exercises that apply the techniques taught. Earning this certificate helps students
- apply techniques to identify security requirements
- identify and address cybersecurity weakness early—in the design phase of the software development lifecycle
- recognize gaps in current supply chain risk management
- understand and assess new threat modeling methods to apply in a system environment
After completing the certificate, students may choose to be listed on the SEI website as an SEI Certificate Holder.
Term and Renewal
The CERT Cybersecurity Engineering and Software Assurance Professional Certificate does not expire.
Summary of Fees
Participants pay fees for courses and the examination; there is no additional fee for the certificate.
eLearning package: $1,250.00
Organizations considering this training for a group of participants can take advantage of eLearning group discounts or schedule private, instructor-led, onsite training delivery. Email email@example.com or telephone +1 412-268-1817 for details.
How to Earn the Certificate
To earn this certificate, complete the following courses within two years:
|Software Assurance Methods in Support of Cybersecurity Engineering Course
|Security Engineering Risk Analysis (SERA) Tutorial
|Supply Chain Risk Management
|Advanced Threat Modeling
|CERT Cybersecurity Engineering and Software Assurance Professional Certificate Examination
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