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January 1, 2016

CISSP CPE's?

January 1, 2016
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January 1, 2016
Anyone here taking any Cybrary IT courses to count towards their CPE's? What courses are you taking? Looking to make a list of podcast, CBT's, Etc..... FYI...for those that do not have a clear understanding on how CPE's are calculated if the training institution doesn't employ CPE's but hours, ISC2 states that 1 Hour of Instructional training = 1 CPE credit. Thanks! I used the Cloud+ and CASP courses for my CPE's. They were accepted no problem. CISSP is a high demanding certificate requirement to be confirmed as candidate depend of: - being in security field or having achieve a training - proof of security practice for at least 4years Now, did cybrary CPE heps for this certification? Thanks Jean @Jean Once you become fully certified and confirmed by ISC2, you will be notified that no CPE's will count prior to your certification date. However, to answer your question, yes CPE's may be accepted from Cybrary depending on the certification governing body. I recently called ISC2 to ask about CBTNuggets and Cybrary regarding CPE's and they have confirmed that they would accept CPE's from both. For the Group B, I will be using my Toastmaster's meetings for those CPE's. Good information - thank for sharing! Be aware that there is a max of 30 cpe fpr group a per year. refer to https://www.isc2.org/uploadedfiles/(isc)2\_member\_content/cpes/cpe\_guidelines.pdf for more info @dirkmaij, This is not true. I only submit Group A CPEs, and on many occasions, I've submitted 50+ Group A CPEs from a single training event. There is a minimum requirement of 30 Group A CPEs with an option of an additional 10 Group As or 10 Group Bs per year to reach your minimum of 40 CPEs. Group B CPEs are limited to a maximum of 30 CPEs per 3 year cycle or 10 per year. This is based on becomming certified after January 1, 2015. If you were certified prior to December 1, 2014, Group A CPEs still do not have a maximum, but a minimum of 20/year and a maximum of 40 Group B CPEs per 3 year cycle. Refer to the (ISC)2 CISSP Maintenance and Requirements page for details: https://www.isc2.org/cissp-maintenance-and-requirements/default.aspx @aeribus, Thanks for the information, it was a good read (bit dry). I was talking about something else actually. But you showed me there were changes that did not come to my attention. I am officially still an associate while my resume is under scrutiny, but in a period of 6 months, I managed to obtain 50 CPE's. I was under the assumption that following courses here, on coursera, lynda etc could only earn me up to 30 CPE's but you showed me this is no longer the case. Cheers, Dirk Thanks Gamble for enlightening me about CBT Nugget and Cybrary CPE Sincerely Jean @rspishock +1 Anyone here taking any Cybrary IT courses to count towards their CPE's? What courses are you taking? Looking to make a list of podcast, CBT's, Etc..... FYI...for those that do not have a clear understanding on how CPE's are calculated if the training institution doesn't employ CPE's but hours, ISC2 states that 1 Hour of Instructional training = 1 CPE credit. Thanks! Is there any chancy of Cybrary automatically sending CPE completions to ISC(2)? A question to who could successfully submit CPE from Cybrary. do we need to get the badge or certificate from Cybrary or CPEs can be submitted ISC(2) and ISACA based on the course completion only, Hello, does anyone know if the CPE's done with Cybrary will count towards ISACA CISA and CISM certifications? Thank you > Hello, does anyone know if the CPE’s done with Cybrary will count towards ISACA CISA and CISM certifications? I'm curious about this as well.@asimminhas -- If they audit your Cybrary CPE submission, then you'll need some form of proof to submit. The certificate of completion will work for this, but not the badge. This isn't needed when you submit the CPE -- only if they happen to choose that particular course for audit. Hello, I thought that 1 CPE/CEU was considered 1 hour of training for most certs. Cybrary seems to award quite a few more CPE's than the number of training hours per course. Has anyone had any issues with ISC2 or ISACA taking issue with the number of CPE/CEU's for Cybrary courses? Thanks. I've submitted three or four Cybrary classes for my CISSP CPEs and they were accepted without any questions. While the videos may be for a certain number of hours, I expect that the extra time is added in some instances to allow for the hands-on portion of the class so that the time you spend practicing is also included. TY for the info! What do you all record your CPEs as? Self-Study, Computer-Based Training \[CBT\], Web Casts, and Podcasts ? I've been entering the hours of the course, not any extra time working with the software demonstrated. Here's something I found and thought it would be very helpful: *"When submitting CPEs for courses completed on Cybrary, you would want to submit under the self-study category for 1 CPE per hour of attendance. If the CPE submission is selected for audit, that is when you will be asked to submit proof of attendance."*https://community.isc2.org/t5/Ask-ISC/Cybrary-CPE-type/td-p/4750
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