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This Certification has no expiry date. It has no renewal fees, no hidden fees, and is accessible with no time limits.
MCSI Certified Application Security Engineer:
- Use threat modeling to identify potential risks and threats to applications
- Develop security requirements to protect applications from day one
- Write secure web and mobile applications
- Use and protect modern cloud software development technologies
- Systematically employ a secure software development lifecycle (SDLC)
- Employ automation to identify vulnerabilities early and often
Enrolment and Fees
US$450 (+ GST if you're based in Australia).
Practical exercises must be completed online using MCSI's Online Learning Platform.
How to enrol
Login/Register for MCSI's Online Learning Platform
Select `Shop` from the left-side menu
Find the MASE - Certified Application Security Engineer, select `Buy` and proceed through the checkout process. You can purchase using a Credit Card or PayPal
Once you have enrolled in the MASE - Certified Application Security Engineer, the curriculum unlocks immediately
In the left-side menu of the platform, select `Training & Education` then `MCSI Curriculums`, and you will see the MASE - Certified Application Security Engineer listed
Terms and Conditions
- No discounts
- No refunds
- No transfers
- No renewal fees
- No hidden fees
- No time limits
Proficiency in the English language
Ability to comfortably read and understand IT documentation written in English. Ideally, an IELTS score of 6.5 with no band less than 6 (or equivalent).
Note: You can register for this course without having undertaken an English test.
We recommend that you have at least one (1) year of experience in web programming, or a degree that included modules on software development.
You can choose your favorite programming language to solve the majority of the exercises. Nonetheless, from time to time, an exercise aims to teach you secure coding techniques for a particular technology/language (e.g. PHP, Python, Java etc.).