Intro to the Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle

Introduction to the Microsoft SDL

This course introduces the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL), a key security engineering process that was spawned from Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Initiative. Students will learn how to design and implement products that meet an organization's security needs. Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to identify the benefits of the Security Development Lifecycle, recognize the importance of the Final Security Review, follow the necessary steps to meet SDL requirements, and identify the appropriate tools required by the SDL. Prerequisite: basic knowledge of the software development lifecycle.

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Course Details

Intro to Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle | Duration: 60 minutes

Course Description

This course covers all the security concepts that will enable you to design and implement products that meet your organization's security needs.

This course requires that you meet the following prerequisite: Basic knowledge of traditional software development processes.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the benefits of the Security Development Life Cycle (SDL).
  • Recognize the importance of the Final Security Review (FSR).
  • Follow the necessary steps to meet SDL requirements.
  • Identify the appropriate tools required by the SDL.