*(ISC)² Members/Associates can access this course for free by logging in above and clicking the 'My Courses' menu item.
Crowdsourced security empowers organizations to provide more secure software. Traditional testing methodologies do not always fit into today’s continuous delivery model. Whether you are using CI/CD pipelines or you leverage modern software development practices, today’s software should be reliable, quick to market, and free of bugs and security issues. This course will dive into how to create a robust crowd-enabled security program that reduces risk, aligns to agile development, and reduces the vulnerabilities of frequent software releases. Whether you want to develop your own program, work with a vendor, or use a mixed testing approach, this course will cover how to fit a crowdsourced component into your security program.
This course includes the following three (3) modules: 1) Crowdsourced Testing 2) Establishing a Crowdsourced Program 3) Measuring the Program
Audience or Who Should Take This Course
Cybersecurity professionals with a beginning knowledge of crowdsourced security concepts.
Understanding of security concepts and principles is recommended.
How This Course Works
This course is a text-based, two-hour Express Learning PDI offering. Throughout this course, learners experience the following activities:
- Text-based content
- Interactive graphics and audio
- Outlined processes
- Additional resources
- Knowledge checks, summary checks, and final assessment
CPE credits for (ISC)² credentials must be self-reported by members and associates through the (ISC)² CPE Portal accessible via www.isc2.org using your member login credentials.
CPE credits earned for this course may be eligible for continuing professional education credits for non-(ISC)² certifications. Please visit the continuing education requirements established by the credentialing organization for eligibility.
For specific questions related to your CPE credits or the CPE portal please contact member support - firstname.lastname@example.org