Comprehensive and practical introduction in Secure programming
The Secure Programming Foundation certification covers an intensive hands-on introduction to secure software development. A S-SPF certificate demonstrates that you know what programming errors can lead to software vulnerabilities, how these errors are exploited by attackers, and how you can prevent software flaws that enable cyberattacks
About the certificate
Who is this certification for?
Developers looking for secure programming skills. Professionals that need to interact with secure programmers. Security professionals looking for application security from a development perspective.
What are the benefits of this certification?
The Secure Programming Foundation certification equips you with the knowledge and skills you need to lay the foundations of a thriving career as a secure software developer, software engineer or software auditor.
How can I position the S-SPF certification in the market?
The S-SPF certification is a beginner-level secure coding certification.
How can I get certified?
Delivered: Online via a certified proctor (on a date and time that suits you best)
Questions: 40 multiple choice
Passing score: 60%
Time: 60 minutes
Your exam voucher is included in your training. Please connect with your training provider for your exam voucher and information about the exam registration process. If they are not able to assist you, contact us directly and we will guide you through the process.
Your SECO Foundation credentials will be entirely free of charge and valid for a lifetime.
Once you are certified you will learn that SECO-Institute is more than just an examination factory. You will become a member of the (S)ECO-System. Supporting our members and lifelong learning, you will access ‘Member Only’ webinars and professional knowledge resources, obtain discounts on other trainings and events, and receive personal invitations for exclusive conferences, working groups and professional activities developed through our global partner network of other clusters and innovation projects.