Training Course Updates

Staying Ahead of the Threatscape

With 250+ courses and 125+ labs, Security Innovation has the industry’s most expansive and current software security curriculum. And just like the threat landscape, it’s constantly changing. That’s why we regularly release new and updated courses throughout the year.

In addition to emerging trends, customer feedback primarily drives course direction. Don’t hesitate to contact us for a more detailed look at our roadmap.

Q2 2024 Release

May 2024

Security Innovation is proud to announce the addition of 24 new courses and labs to the CMD+CTRL training catalog in Q2 2024. This latest release is focused on providing education and training for technology and management teams using both traditional and modern application development methods. Whether your organization is looking to create professional-grade applications with advanced functionality using low-code/no-code, apply secure coding best practices for high-level programming languages such as TypeScript, Java, Python, and C#, or address common mistakes for low-level languages like C, C++, and Node.js, our training has got you covered. The following content will be available to learners starting on May 15, 2024.

This content release will be broken up into two batches:

  • May 15th: (2) New Courses and (16) IDE Code Correct Skill Labs
  • July 11th: (3) NEW C++ Courses and (3) MITRE ATT&CK Skill Labs

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Quarterly Release Archive

Q1 2024 Release

February 2024

Security Innovation is proud to add eleven new courses and labs to the CMD+CTRL training catalog in Q1 2024. Concentrating primarily on AI Privacy and Risk, .NET Programming, Secure Android Development, Secure Coding labs based on CWE Top 25 vulnerabilities, and Host Vulnerability Scanning. All new content will be available to learners on February 14, 2024.

This content release includes:

  • (2) New Courses
  • (8) IDE Code Correct Skill Labs
  • (1) MITRE ATT&CK® Skill Lab
  • (3) Updated Courses



Our nine new Skill Labs are available only in CMD+CTRL Base Camp and use an IDE to find and correct insecure code based on vulnerabilities related to Canonicalization and XPath Injection.

Additionally, we are introducing three new labs based on specific techniques and mitigations described by the MITRE ATT&CK® Framework.



As always, CMD+CTRL courses grant learners a foundational understanding of the latest issues faced by software development organizations. This quarter, we focus on .NET programming and Generative Artificial Intelligence.



The following course has been updated to reflect any changes to the technology, platforms, products, or compliance requirements that may have occurred since the release of the prior course version. Content was revised and updated to enhance clarity, improve flow, and be more concise with new interactions added. For a detailed list of changes to each course, please get in touch with your Customer Success Manager directly.