Cyber Management Alliance are delighted to announce they are now official CPE (Certified Professional Education) Submitters for (ISC)2. Cyber-security professionals that attend CMA’s range of cyber-security training courses qualify for (ISC)2’s CPE credits, submitted by Cyber Management Alliance, enabling them to maintain their (ISC)2 certification status.
(ISC)2 leads the way with their Gold Standard certifications in cyber-security, certifying cyber, information, infrastructure and software security professionals in their careers. (ISC)2 certifications include CISSP, ISSEP, SCCP and CAP which DoD approve as baseline certifications for the IA Workforce improvement program. A requirement of (ISC)2 membership is to gain and submit a certain level of CPE (Continuing Professional Education) credits per year. Cyber Management Alliance, as a CPE Submitter, are able to submit the number of CPE credits earnt on behalf of (ISC)2 members that complete one of their cyber-security training courses, keeping the CPE credit process clear and efficient.
Gaining CPE credits is an important part of continuing professional development and is an ongoing process. Attending courses with a certified CPE Submitter ensures that not only are you maintaining and improving your knowledge and skills, keeping up-to-date with changing trends and new technologies, CPE credits verifies commitment to enhancing careers and developing a deeper understanding of the profession.
Cyber Management Alliance’s GCHQ Certified training courses – Cyber Security & Privacy Essentials (CPSE), Cyber Incident Planning & Response (CIPR), Information Security Awareness & Training, Anatomy of a Network Attack, Management Best Practice in SAP Compliance Security & Audit Essentials (SAP CSA) and Live Online CISSP Training & Mentorship Program – qualify for CPE credits