Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

CSSLP (Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional) FAQs

SecureNinja's course, bootcamp & certification training

The Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) certification was created by ISC2 to validate that the IT professional has the advanced technical skills and knowledge necessary for authentication, authorization, and auditing throughout the SDLC using best practices, policies and procedures established by the cybersecurity experts at ISC2.

Yes, the CSSLP certification is an advanced level certification.

You must successfully take the CSSLP exam.

Having the CSSLP certification will prove your skills and help guide and advance your career.

Yes, the CSSLP certification is issued by ISC2, a globally recognized non-profit organization and accredited by ANSI and the DoD.

No, there are no prerequisites.

In North America, the average salary for CSSLP certified professionals is $111,198.

Yes, the CSSLP certification is globally recognized.

No, there are no eligibility requirements to sit in for the CSSLP exam.

The CSSLP exam will have 125 questions.

You will have 3 hours to complete the exam.

The price of the CSSLP exam is $599.

No, you do not have to be a member of ISC2 to take the CSSLP exam.

The Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT), only for English CISSP exams worldwide, is an exam that will gradually reduce the number of questions needed to complete the exam based on the candidate’s ability to consistently answer difficult questions correctly.

No, the CSSLP exam will not have CAT testing.

You can take the CSSLP exam at a local Pearson Professional Center.

No, ISC2 exams must be taken in person at a local Pearson Professional Center.

A Pearson Professional Center is a testing center fully owned and operated by Pearson VUE.

Yes, but there is a $50 fee to reschedule and $100 fee to cancel your exam appointment.

An organization that awards its credentials to professionals who have proved their specialized skills and knowledge to protect critical assets.

Back To CSSLP (Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional)