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Hacker Associate’s DevSecOps Certification is high in demand, and obtaining it confirms both your expertise and understanding in the DevOps Security field. You will be able to integrate security into the software development life cycle if you earn the certification, as well as demonstrate that you have the abilities essential to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams.
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What you will learn
The Certified DevSecOps Engineer certification offered by Hacker Associate equips you with the knowledge and abilities essential to integrate app security best practises into the software development life cycle (SDLC) of your firm. Important subjects including application security risk assessment, vulnerability management, threat modelling, and secure coding methodologies are covered in depth throughout the course of the programme. The technique of integrating security precautions at an earlier stage in the software development life cycle is at the heart of DevSecOps, an application security best practise that is now experiencing a surge in popularity and adoption (SDLC).
Additionally, it broadens the engagement between the development teams and the operations teams so that security teams can be included into the software delivery cycle. In order to make security a shared responsibility, DevSecOps necessitates a shift not just in the mentality of these core functional teams but also in their processes and the tools they use.
The Hacker Associate Black Hat Team designed this DevSecOps programme for individuals and Corporate. This certification addresses real-world DevSecOps challenges, allowing the Hacker Associate Certified DevSecOps Engineer to handle any devops-related task.
Who Should Attend CDES?
Anyone interested in leveraging cloud application security services provided by AWS or Azure
Anyone working in or transitioning to a DevOps environment
Anyone interested in learning how to migrate DevOps workloads to the cloud
Anyone working in or transitioning to a public cloud environment
DevSecOps Engineer Specialist Module Highlight
CDES focus on complete hand-on training while keeping real-world DevOps environment scenarios in mind. From attacking the DevOps to blocking attacks with WAF, CDES ensure your organization is ready for cloud migration.
Incorporate static and dynamic code analysis into continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines.
Leveraging automation, construct and manage security across all Kubernetes clusters.
Reviewing Application Security and Building Knowledge of Application Security Best Practices.
Enterprise Cloud Security.
Offensive Docker: Container Security.
Container Red Team Practices.
Offensive Kubernetes: Kubernetes Security.
Kubernetes Red Team Practices.
Conduct tests to ensure the safety of the CI/CD pipelines.
Infrastructure should be inspected and monitored on a regular basis.
Conduct a thorough inspection of the infrastructure.
Examining AWS DevOps Services.
Examining Azure DevOps Services.
Cloud Automation using Infrastructure as Code (IaC).
Manage Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery procedures, pipelines, and platforms.
Create software products that are free of technical inaccuracies.
It was an amazing journey with Hacker Associate. This course has 360 degree coverage.
Today because of CDES I am working as a DevSecops engineer in a reputed organization.
This is the only course I came up with real-world DevOps labs. Trainer with great knowledge of subject.
-Edwardo J. Lawson
DOMAIN 1: Build and orchestrate software deployments with the aid of continuous CI/CD pipeline technologies
SAST with Jenkin
DAST with Jenkin
Software Composition Analysis with Jenkin
DOMAIN 2: Incorporate static and dynamic code analysis into continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines
Static code analysis into continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines
Dynamic code analysis into continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines
DOMAIN 3: Offensive Docker : Container Technology
A brief overview of container technology
Introduction to Docker
Docker Container Configuration
Docker Networking & Registry
Hacker Associate Docker containers Exploit Chain
Docker vulnerability static analysis
Red-Teaming Best Practices
DOMAIN 4: Leveraging automation, construct and manage security across all Kubernetes clusters
A Brief Introduction of Kubernetes
Monitoring and logging
Application Lifecycle Management
Create and deploy a Kubernetes cluster
Red-Teaming Best Practices
DOMAIN 5: Reviewing Application Security and Building Knowledge of Application Security Best Practices
Session Control & Session Management
Insufficient Logging & Monitoring
Authentication & Authorization Check
IAM (Identity & Access Management)
Firewall, IDS/IPS & AI Bots
Attack Surface Analysis
Tighten Security Using Automation
Create software products that are free of technical inaccuracies
Dynamic Scanning and Automation
Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR)
Client Side Vulnerabilities
Server Side Vulnerabilities
Insecure Deserialization Vulnerabilities
DOMAIN 6: Cloud Infrastructure
Enterprise Cloud Security
Virtualization & Hypervisor Technology
Cloud Infrastructure should be inspected and monitored on a regular basis
Examining AWS DevOps Services
Examining Azure DevOps Services
Cloud Automation using Infrastructure as Code (IaC)
IAC Tools (Chef, Puppet & Ansible)
Manage Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery procedures, pipelines, and platforms
SSRF (Server Side Request Forgery)
Server Side Vulnerabilities
The following are the prerequisites for Certified DevSecOps Engineer Specialist course.
Basic understanding with Linux command shells and associated commands
Experience with AWS and Azure cloud or OCPT (Offensive Cloud Penetration Tester)
Hands-on with Networking and security methodologies
Should be familiar with basic vulnerabilities like OWASP Top 10
Make sure to have the following configuration and accounts for CDES training.
A system with administrator rights or must have full control of the network.
Latest version of Windows 10, macOS 10.15.x or later, or Linux with ability to install and run VMware virtualization.
64-bit processor or higher with 200GB of free disk space minimum.
16GB of RAM or higher is mandatory.
Wireless Ethernet 802.11 B/G/N/AC and working USB 2.0 or higher.
Install 7-zip (for windows) or keka (macOS) for extraction of tools and files.
NOTE: Candidate must have there own AWS or Azure cloud account for DevSecOps Engineer Specialist training. The estimate AWS cost for running AWS lab is approximately $80 per month. Cost are less for free-tier accounts.