CSP Program details

Certified Security Practitioner (CSP) program

Our CSP program addresses both the technical and management aspects of Information Security. Learn about Penetration testing’s, Security Auditing, SOC analysis, Computer Forensic Investigation, cryptography, Security Architecture designing, Malware Analysis and security management from one of the foremost academic security groups in the world.


Program Structure, modules and Specification

This program consists of 10 modules and a project.

1.       Information Security Fundamentals

2.       Network and Operating System Security

3.       Network Penetration testing

4.       Web Application Security Testing

5.       Mobile Application Security Testing

6.       ISMS Auditing

7.       Cyber Laws and Computer Forensic Investigation

8.       Malware Analysis

9.       SOC Analysis

10.   Security Architecture designing and Implementation

Career Opportunities

This program will help you gain the cyber security skills required for senior level careers by focusing on technical, principles and best management techniques. The expertise and consulting experience that you get at SEQURI ensures the certificate remains commercially relevant to the marketplace. Our alumni can be found in many organisations, ranging from large financial institutions and consultancies through to technology and research-oriented organisations. They also act as security specialists within a wide range of companies.

Career Paths

Candidates of SEQURI obtain positions as security experts equipped to manage the emerging complexities associated with securing data, networks and systems.

Recent Job titles


·         Security Researcher

·         Technical consultant

·         Incident Response team member

·         Web Application Penetration tester

·         Security Analyst

·         Security Manager


What our Alumni says?

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Entry requirements

What qualifications do you need?

You need an Under Graduate degree (e.g. bachelors in computer science or Bachelor of Technology) from any institution which comes under UGC or AICTE. Relevant disciplines to Information Security might include computer science, electronics, information systems, or mathematics.