Practical DevSecOps Training for Enterprises

by | May 9, 2024

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As technology evolves at breakneck speed, a critical challenge emerges prominently across global industries: a growing gap in security skills. This void not only poses risks but also stifles innovation. 

Practical DevSecOps stands at the forefront of addressing this issue, offering customized training and certifications designed specifically for enterprises. 

Our mission is clear—to empower your teams, ensuring they’re equipped to handle today’s security demands efficiently and effectively.

The global DevSecOps market is projected to grow significantly. It was valued at USD 3.73 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 41.66 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 30.76% from 2022 to 2030.

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Understanding the Security Skills Gap

The security landscape is increasingly complex, marked by sophisticated cyber threats and stringent regulatory demands. As these challenges intensify, the industry faces a pronounced deficit in skilled security professionals. 

This gap leaves organizations vulnerable to attacks and hampers compliance efforts. Addressing this shortfall is not only necessary but imperative for maintaining robust defense mechanisms and ensuring business continuity.

Do you know that almost 70% of security team members indicate that security has moved earlier into the development process, known as “shifting left,” to address vulnerabilities sooner.

The Value of Customized Practical DevSecOps Enterprise Training

Customized Practical DevSecOps training goes beyond the one-size-fits-all approach. Each program is meticulously crafted to align with your enterprise’s unique security landscape, ensuring your team gains relevant, actionable knowledge. 

This tailored approach means that every lesson directly applies to your daily operations, enhancing your team’s skills and ability to immediately implement these learnings to strengthen your organization’s defense mechanisms effectively.

Cost-Effective Development of Security Talent

Investing in your current team through targeted DevSecOps training is not only a strategic decision but also a cost-effective one. Comparatively, the expenses associated with hiring new talent—recruitment, onboarding, and the risk of cultural misfit—far exceed those of upskilling your existing workforce. 

Moreover, fostering a culture of continuous learning boosts skill levels and significantly enhances employee retention and team cohesion, paving the way for sustained security excellence.

Why are Global Organizations Choosing to Implement DevSecOps in the Development Pipeline?

  • 54% of respondents embrace DevSecOps best practices to improve security, quality, and resilience.
  • 30% of respondents implement DevSecOps primarily to bring applications to market faster.
  • 73% of respondents report that manual security and compliance processes delay code releases.
  • 96% of respondents state that their organization would benefit from automating security and compliance processes.

Practical DevSecOps Training: What Sets Us Apart

At Practical DevSecOps, we redefine security training with a focus on real-world applications and hands-on experience. Our training programs stand out due to:

  • 640+ Hands-On Labs: Engage with over 640 practical labs, covering every facet of Product Security. These labs have delivered more than 110,000 hours of learning, accessible 24/7 right from your browser.
  • Global Expertise: Learn from expert instructors with over 1,000 hours of teaching experience, who have contributed at prestigious forums like Blackhat, OWASP AppSec, and DevSecCon.

Comprehensive Course Offerings: Choose from a variety of courses tailored to enterprise needs, including:

Name of the Certification CoursePrerequisites
Certified DevSecOps Professional (CDP)Knowledge of basic Linux commands,

Basic understanding of OWASP Top 10 security practices.

Certified DevSecOps Expert (CDE)Have done CDP Certification.

Basic understanding of SAST, DAST Application security practices.

Certified Container Security Expert (CCSE)Knowledge of basic Linux commands.
Certified Cloud Native Security Expert (CCNSE)Knowledge of basic Linux commands,

Basic knowledge of container security & K8s.

Understanding Of OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities.

Certified Threat Modeling Professional (CTMP) Knowledge of basic security fundamentals: Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability.

Good to have Application development but not necessary.

Certified API Security Professional (CASP)Basic understanding of Linux Commands & OWASP Top 10.
Certified Security Champion (CSC)Basic knowledge of SDLC

Should be understanding developing & Testing Applications.

Certified Software Supply Chain Security Expert (CSSE)Basic knowledge of Linux commands, Git, CI/CD pipelines, containers and cloud platforms.

Good with any scripting language: Python, Golang or Ruby.

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Progress Tracking: Utilize our enterprise dashboard to monitor your team’s progress and effectively manage your training initiatives, ensuring optimal learning outcomes.

Our Practical DevSecOps training has equipped over 10,000+ security experts and developers from 86+ countries across 6 continents, transforming them into security leaders in their organizations.

Need more info on DevSecOps Training? Email us at [email protected] for swift assistance!

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Success Stories: Transformative Impact of Practical DevSecOps Training

Practical DevSecOps training has been a game-changer for leading global enterprises, enabling them to significantly enhance their security capabilities:

EnterpriseImpact of Training
AccentureAmplified project delivery success rate and also reduced security vulnerabilities across several projects.
Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH)We have developed a robust security framework that helped reduce incident response times.
AdidasScaled e-commerce platforms securely which resulted in a decrease in security breaches.
Ford MotorsImproved automotive software security and reduced firmware vulnerabilities. 


Additionally, our Practical DevSecOps certification courses are top-rated on TrustPilot, underscoring the high quality and effectiveness of our training.


Practical DevSecOps is your strategic ally in closing the security skills gap, equipping your team with the expertise needed to face modern security challenges. By choosing our tailored DevSecOps enterprise training programs, you address specific needs and invest in your organization’s long-term resilience and capability .

Don’t let security gaps slow your progress. Reach out to Practical DevSecOps today to customize your enterprise training and explore our highly acclaimed certification courses. Together, we can build a safer, more secure future for your business.

Contact Us Now to Start Transforming Your Team into Security Leaders.

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Meet The Author

Varun Kumar

Varun Kumar

Varun is a content specialist known for his deep understanding of DevSecOps, digital transformation, and product security. His expertise shines through in his ability to demystify complex topics, making them accessible and engaging. Through his well-researched blogs, Varun provides valuable insights and knowledge to DevSecOps and security professionals, helping them navigate the ever-evolving technological landscape. 


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