This course quickly covers a lot of ground about cloud networking fundamentals as well as some particular nuances about how applications interact with cloud network resources so that you can better understand the unique vulnerabilities and threats that your code can introduce. You'll learn how and where the skills of writing code and keeping a cloud network safe overlap.
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Cloud Security Training for Software Developers FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Software developers should definitely take this course, as should anyone who writes or modifies apps that run on a cloud network or that change a cloud network's behavior. Whether you're writing programs that run on a cloud or that manage a part of a cloud network, with this course you'll help keep it safe.
This training is associated with the ISACA professional expectations without being directly tied to any one certification. ISACA's many certifications are some of the IT industry's best cybersecurity and security management or auditing certifications. This course covers core information for many of those certs: where the venn diagram between cloud network security and software development overlap.
ISACA offers many different certifications that you might consider after this course, the right one for you depends on where you're aiming your career and how much experience you've gained. CSX Cybersecurity Practitioner Certification (CSX-P) is a general cert, while the Certified Data Privacy Solutions Engineer (CDPSE) covers implementing comprehensive privacy solutions on cloud networks.
You should take this course because it's short and afterward you'll understand how you contribute to keeping your network safe with well-built apps. Recognizing how your code can expose vulnerabilities as easily as it can close security gaps is part of good development hygiene – this course gives you a well-rounded understanding of writing great network security apps.