Secure Programming: Implementation and Testing

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SKU
SC-129
Programming and vulnerability testing knowledge and skills

A follow up course to Secure Programming: Requirement Analysis and Design, learn about various security vulnerabilities and web attacks and the strategies that can be used to prevent them.

This course may be stacked into a Master degree. 

 

$1,700.00

Key facts

Course category
Information Technology and Cybersecurity, Master Microcredentials, Programming and Application Development
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Duration
4 weeks
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Prerequisite/s
Secure Programming: Requirement Analysis and Design
Certification
Digital Credential

Why this course?

Building on concepts covered in Secure Programming: Requirement Analysis and Design, this microcredential extends your skills to implementing and testing software that you've designed, to avoid vulnerabilities.

 

Together with its companion course, this microcredential can be stacked into a subject for potential advanced standing in the Master of Cybersecurity.  

Course content

Topics include:

  • Transforming secure software requirements and design into secure software implementation
  • How to evaluate existing source codes to identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities 
  • Secure software testing and development of test plans and scripts.

On successful completion of this course, you will be awarded a digital credential and earn 10 credit points that can be accumulated with its partner course, Secure Programming: Requirement Analysis and Design, to stack into ‘Secure Programming (CSE5012)’, a subject within the Master of Cybersecurity.  

You’ll learn:

This microcredential will equip you with skills in:

  • Debugging
  • Input sanitisation
  • Validation and verification
  • Test scripts
  • Automated testing.

Your study experience

Delivered fully online over 4 weeks, the total expected time commitment for this microcredential is 80 hours, which includes guided learning, extended reading and assessment. 

 

The assessment for this course comprises:

  • Mulitple choice questions and scenario-based short answer questions on secure software testing
  • Written report and programming task on secure software implementation.

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