New Platform 7.3 self-study course, Customizing Security Requirements in Pega Applications
We are excited to announce the release of a new Platform 7.3 self-study course Customizing Security Requirements in Pega Applications. This advanced course is designed to help senior system architects further their knowledge of the Pega Platform post completion of the Senior System Architect Essentials course and achievement of the Certified Senior System Architect (CSSA) credential.
The lessons in the course focus on tasks senior system architects perform to customize the security requirements in a Pega application. The course teaches the use of Pega Platform capabilities to satisfy common security requirements in applications in order to deploy guardrail-compliant applications. The Pega Platform model-driven architecture allows senior system architects to secure applications in most cases by configuring built-in features that encompass user and system authentication, access control, and data encryption.
The course is based on the Pega 7.3 platform which has not yet been released. The initial release of this course is being provided without an exercise system. You can now begin to familiarize yourself with the some new features in Pega 7.3. After the 7.3 product release, we will update the course to include a downloadable exercise system so that you can practice.
You can find this course in the Pega Academy Course Library by clicking By Product> Platform > Customizing Security Requirements in Pega Applications (7.3).
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