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In recent years, security has become an ever-present issue in IT, with speedy and reliable security checks being fundamental not only for safeguarding services and data but also for keeping up with competitors. ‘DevSecOps’ is designed to reinvigorate traditional security practices using a DevOps-style approach that makes security a priority throughout the development lifecycle. With collaboration, communication, automation, and a series of proven best-practices, DevSecOps ensures that reliable security never needs to be sacrificed for the sake of meeting deadlines. Kickstart your DevSecOps training today!

Who is this course aimed at?

  • Organizations that wish to adopt DevSecOps best practices

  • DevOps engineers and leaders looking to incorporate security measures into their current DevOps practices

  • Security staff aiming to take part in or lead DevOps teams

  • IT managers, directors, and corporate stakeholders seeking a greater understanding of the DevSecOps methodology

  • Anyone looking to pass the DevSecOps Foundation (DSOF)℠ examination

What will you learn by taking this course?

  • The practices, benefits, and vocabulary of DevSecOps

  • How the elements of DecSecOps differentiate it from other frameworks

  • How to create business-driven strategies for security

  • How DevSecOps integrates security into the continuous assessment practices of DevOps

  • How to utilize data and security sciences when attempting to understand or apply data

  • How to integrate DevSecOps into organizational cultures

  • How to add security measures into continuous delivery workflows

  • How DevSecOps enables organizational transformation

  • Everything needed to pass the official DevSecOps Foundation (DSOF)℠ exam

Why should you take this course?

  • Security is one of the biggest topics in the DevOps community right now. Getting certified in DevSecOps can really make a candidate stand out

  • The course offers interactive slides, instructor-led videos, and other online training assets developed alongside experienced subject matter experts

  • Good e-Learning is an award-winning online training provider

  • The course features frequent knowledge checks to help students reinforce their training, along with a free practice exam simulator

  • There are no prerequisites for sitting the DevSecOps exam

  • Each student can enjoy 6 months access and a FREE exam voucher, along with a FREE resit with Exam Pledge (T&Cs apply)

  • The course is fully accredited by the DevOps Institute

Course Overview and Recap

Learning Objectives

This module presents the course structure and lesson plan. It also includes a DevOps refresher, which contains essential information covered in DevOps Foundation, putting students in an excellent frame of mind to start with DevSecOps Engineering.

This module also provides students with a toolkit:

Table of contents
DevOps Foundation reference sheet
DevSecOps reference sheet
Skills self-audit form
Glossary
Build your own glossary
Further resources
Diagram pack

Lastly, students will be given a complete exam information guide and a list of further literature that will be useful throughout the course.

Module 1: An Introduction to DevSecOps Engineering

Learning Objectives

Module 1 answers the question: What is DevSecOps?

It also compares DevSecOps and DevOps, looks at the definition of the security framework and explains the 'why' and 'how'.

By the end of the module, students will be acquainted with the DevSecOps security mindset, along with its principles and concepts.

We will also provide students with an introduction to business transformation and the importance of scaling through automation.

Module 2: Culture and Management

Learning Objectives

Module 2 describes the importance of appropriate management, mindset and cultural change for bringing about a successful DevSecOps implementation.

In this module, students will learn about organizational types and culture, get insight into the incentive model and the advice process and, finally, learn how to improve team performance through some simple techniques.

We will also discuss the importance of resilience and developing a generative culture within organizations that seek to utilize DevSecOps.

Module 3: Strategic Considerations

Learning Objectives

This module will introduce students to key concepts that require strategic thinking and planning.

During this module, we’ll pay special attention to threat modeling, attack path, metric, context and risk management process.

Module 4: Security Considerations

Learning Objectives

This module outlines the key security considerations that must be followed by any DevSecOps engineer, with a specific focus on basic security hygiene.

We will talk about key security concepts, such as the checkbox trap, basic security hygiene, architecture, federated identity and log management.

Students will learn what these terms mean and discover their relevance to the overall security system.

Module 5: Identity and Access Management

Learning Objectives

This module discusses technical details involved in security practices that should be incorporated into any DevSecOps program.

Students will learn the key concepts surrounding IAM, as well as the main considerations for effective resource management.

Module 6: Application Security

Learning Objectives

Module 6 covers measures used to improve the security of an application and what a developer can do to test the application to ensure there are no vulnerabilities.

We will talk about application security concepts, practices and tools for testing and techniques.

Then, we will discuss software composition analysis and threat modeling. Students will also learn how to integrate new findings into daily work and how to implement security tools to established pipeline development processes.

Module 7: Operational Security

Learning Objectives

In this module, we will discuss some further practices used to increase security within the operations environment and how to scale DevSecOps practices across an enterprise.

We will talk about basic security hygiene, vulnerability and patch management, and the importance of pre-secured environments to the shift-left mindset.

We will also reinforce the necessity of cultural transformation, moving away from internal competition and siloed thinking in order to build cooperative teams.

Module 8: GRC and Audit

Learning Objectives

This module explains the importance of governance, risk management and compliance, as well as their related security principles and concepts.

We’ll discuss what GRC means in a DevOps context and the reason why we should implement the shift left mindset to audit and compliance.

Students will also gain an insight into policy as a code, and together we’ll debunk some myths about separation of duties.

By the end of this module, students will be able to describe the key concepts that underline GRC and audit in DevSecOps and demonstrate an understanding of how to apply in practice the main GRC considerations.

Module 9: Logging, Monitoring and Response

Learning Objectives

Module 9 outlines processes and approaches to log management, incident response and threat intelligence.

We will explore the benefits of log management and possible approaches to incident response. We will also go through the concepts of threat intelligence integration and info sharing.

Practice Exam Simulators and Course Wrap-up

Learning Objectives

This module presents two practice exams. The first one was developed by the DevOps Institute, while the second has been tailored by our team of experts at Good e-Learning.

When you feel you are ready to sit the exam, simply contact Good e-Learning to request your FREE exam voucher.

This course is designed to fully prepare students to sit the official DevSecOps Foundation (DSOF)℠ examination.

This course comes with mock exams to help students prepare for the real thing, a FREE exam voucher, and is eligible for exam pledge (a free resit on us!) - That's how confident we are that you'll pass first time!

Before booking your exam, it will be a good idea to make sure that your device meets the technical requirements. You can do so here. Please visit the DevOps Institute website for more information and guidance.

When you are ready to use your free exam voucher, simply contact support@goodelearning.com. Exam voucher requests are typically processed within 2 working days but please allow up to 5. Students must request their exam voucher within the course access period which starts from the date of purchase. For more information, please visit our Support & FAQs page.

DevSecOps Foundation (DSOF)℠ Certification exam:

  • This is a multiple choice exam consisting of 40 questions

  • There is a time limit of 60 minutes to complete the exam

  • The exam is open book, with only the provided materials being permitted for use

  • The pass mark for the exam is 65%: you must score at least 26 out of 40 questions correct

  • Students who do not have English as a native language will be given an additional 25 minutes

  • Candidates can take the exam online or in person with an invigilator

What is DevSecOps?

DevSecOps is a relatively recent development in the world of DevOps. It adds security to DevOps' focus on development and operations by making sure security considerations are addressed (and, where possible, automated) throughout all key processes.

Why is security important in DevOps?

DevOps helps organizations to greatly streamline development and operations processes. However, traditional security measures struggle to keep up with this speed, which can leave DevOps users and their products vulnerable. DevSecOps solves this problem by speeding up security while also making it more of a priority.

How does DevSecOps work?

DevSecOps works by integrating security processes with DevOps practices. It establishes ongoing 'security as code' cultures (meaning that security checks, tests, and gates are added to processes that involve code and infrastructure).

It also encourages collaboration, communication, and shared responsibility for security.

What is a DevSecOps engineer?

DevSecOps engineers are tasked with overseeing the implementation and management of DevSecOps. They choose appropriate tools and programs for security and automation while also making sure that all team members are up to date on how to optimize security

How can DevSecOps benefit businesses?

Applying traditional security measures to DevOps creates a bottleneck, greatly slowing down key processes and delaying release dates. DevSecOps removes the bottleneck by making security a priority throughout.

Not only does it leave DevOps products safer, but it also ensures this without causing major delays.

What do I need to know about the DevSecOps examination?

The DevSecOps Foundation (DSOF)℠ exam is a closed-book examination consisting of 40 questions. The exam lasts 90 minutes (with 25 additional minutes for students who do not speak English as a native language). The pass mark for the exam is 65%.

What does the DevSecOps certification path look like?

DevSecOps does not have a strictly defined certification path. However, it is best to study the methodology with an accredited training provider.

How valuable is DevSecOps training?

According to Neuvoo, DevSecOps certified practitioners can earn between $70,000 and $205,000. According to TotalJobs, DevSecOps users in the UK can earn between £30,000 and over £150,000. Salaries also depend on each candidate's role, location, and experience.

What other frameworks can complement DevSecOps?

DevSecOps can be used with a number of other frameworks, such as ITIL 4, PMP, and PRINCE2.

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