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About DevSecOps foundation Certification

The GSDC Certified DevSecOps Foundation certification demonstrates competency in implementing security measures throughout the software development lifecycle, making candidates more attractive to potential employers. By gaining an understanding of DevSecOps concepts and best practices, certified DevSecOps foundation professionals can drive business value through enhanced governance, risk management, and compliance.

This devsecops certification helps candidates stay current on the latest trends in this growing field, expected to expand at a rate of nearly 32% annually. The certification also provides opportunities to learn from experienced professionals and expand professional networks.

Overall, the GSDC DevSecOps foundation certification equips candidates with knowledge highly relevant in day-to-day operations, validating expertise that can translate into lucrative DevSecOps career opportunities and increased salary potential.

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  1. Demonstrate DevSecOps core concepts
  2. Implement security
  3. Identify compliance and risk requirements
  4. Select appropriate security tools
  5. Create secure infrastructure
  6. Monitor application security
  7. Respond to security incidents
  8. Foster security culture
  9. Optimize processes for security

Exam Syllabus of DevSecOps Foundation Certification




Software engineers


Operations engineers


Security professionals


IT managers


Quality assurance specialists


Release managers


Project and product managers


Scrum masters


Compliance specialists


Business leaders


BENEFITS OF DEVSECOPS Foundation certification


Validates security knowledge


Enhances hireability


Opens up career paths


Increases earning potential


Demonstrates DevSecOps competency


Keeps skills updated


Expands professional network


Shows commitment to the field


Gains practical security skills


Boosts expert standing



Candidates should possess a foundational understanding of basic Devsecps concepts and practices before pursuing certification.




There will be a Multiple Choice Questions exam of 40 marks.
You need to acquire 26+ marks to clear the exam.
If you fail, you can retake the exam after one day.
In case Participant does not score passing percentage then they will be granted a 2nd attempt at no additional cost. Re-examination can be taken up to 30 days from the date of the 1st exam attempt.


Sample Certificate



Robert Smith

Designation - Lead Security Engineer

 The GSDC DevSecOps Foundation certification confirmed my expertise in this critical area. The exam covered the latest methodologies for securely automating infrastructure and processes. Achieving this certification has already opened new career opportunities for me.

Sarah Miles

Designation - DevSecOps Architect

I was looking for a way to validate my self-taught DevSecOps knowledge. The GSDC certification provided comprehensive and practical validation of core competencies. My new certification played a key role in my recent promotion to DevSecOps Architect.  

Michael Davis

DesignationSecurity Engineer

As someone newer to the DevSecOps space, I found great value in the focused foundation-level GSDC certification. Studying for the exam expanded my understanding of integrating compliance and risk management. This credential gets me one step closer to my goal of becoming a Technical Security Officer.


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