Certified DevSecOps Professional Training


Brit Certifications and Assessments (BCAA) is a leading UK based certification body. This CB is formed to address the gap in the industry in IT and IT Security sector. The certification body leads in IT security and IT certifications, and in particular doing it with highly pragmatic way.


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R A C E Framework


The Read - Act - Certify - Engage framework from Brit Certifications and Assessments is a comprehensive approach designed to guarantee optimal studying, preparation, examination, and post-exam activities. By adhering to this structured process, individuals can be assured of mastering the subject matter effectively.



Commencing with the "Read" phase, learners are encouraged to extensively peruse course materials and gain a thorough understanding of the content at hand. This initial step sets the foundation for success by equipping candidates with essential knowledge and insights related to their chosen field.


Moving on to the "Act" stage, students actively apply their newfound expertise through practical exercises and real-world scenarios. This hands-on experience allows them to develop crucial problem-solving skills while reinforcing theoretical concepts.


“Certify” stage is where you will take your examination and get certified to establish yourself in the industry. Now “Engage” is the stage in which BCAA partner, will engage you in Webinars, Mock audits, and Group Discussions. This will enable you to keep abreast of your knowledge and build your competence.




The implementation of DevSecOps brings forth a multitude of benefits that revolutionize the development and deployment process. By seamlessly integrating security practices into every stage of software delivery, organizations can mitigate potential vulnerabilities effectively and proactively. With {keyword} as an essential component, developers gain enhanced visibility into their codebase, allowing them to identify and address security flaws early on. This not only saves time but also prevents costly rework in later stages.


Moreover, by automating security tests throughout the continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline, teams can ensure that potential risks are promptly identified and remedied before they reach production environments. Adopting a proactive approach towards application security significantly reduces the likelihood of breaches or data leaks, safeguarding sensitive information from malicious actors.


Furthermore, DevSecOps promotes collaboration between development, operations, and security teams through shared responsibility for secure coding practices. This crossfunctional synergy fosters a culture of accountability and knowledge sharing among professionals with diverse expertise—ultimately leading to stronger applications fortified against cyber threats.





Day 1:


Module 1

• Welcome and overview of the training program.
• Introduction to DevSecOps
• What is it and why is it important?
• Key principles
• Benefits of DevSecOps
• Understanding the software development lifecycle (SDLC)
• DevOps vs. DevSecOps: Key differences
• The role of security in DevSecOps
• Common security vulnerabilities and their impact


Module 2

• Security Fundamentals
• Basic concepts of Cyber Security
• Security threats and attack vectors
• Principles of secure coding and development
• Authentication and authorization
• Encryption and data protection
• Network security basics


Day 2:


Module 3

• Integrating Security into Development
• Static Application Security Testing (SAST)
• Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST)
• Code reviews with a security focus
• Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)
• Dependency scanning and management


Module 4

• DevSecOps Tools and Automation
• Introduction to DevSecOps tools and frameworks
• Setting up a CI/CD pipeline with security in mind
• Integrating security scanning tools into CI/CD
• Continuous security monitoring
• Infrastructure as Code (IaC) security


Day 3:


Module 5

• Incident Response and Compliance
• Incident response planning
• Security incident detection and handling
• Security incident simulations
• Compliance requirements (e.g., GDPR, HIPAA)
• Preparing for security audits and assessments
• Security documentation and reporting


Module 6

• Threat modeling and risk assessment
• Container security
• Secure coding practices.


Day 4:


Module 7

• Serverless security
• Cloud security considerations
• Identity and access management (IAM) in DevSecOps
• Emerging trends and best practices
• Team Collaboration and Culture
• Building a DevSecOps culture
• Collaboration between development, operations, and security teams
• Continuous improvement in DevSecOps
• Group discussions and sharing of experiences




The training program carries certification.
Certified DevSecOps Professional




The training is followed by a subjective CDP exam after successful completion of the training.




• Managers or consultants seeking to prepare and support an organization in planning, implementing, and maintaining a DevSecOps
• DevOps Engineer and individuals responsible for maintaining
• Members of Information Systems Development Team




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