Earn (ISC)² Credit With Kenna Education
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We’re all too familiar with the shortage of cybersecurity talent. That’s why it’s fortunate that there are a number of educational paths to becoming a security professional and advancing one’s career in security. Included in that number is obtaining a security certification, such as the Certified Information Systems Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification or another certification from (ISC)².
To help practitioners with these certifications and their ongoing education, beginning in December 2020, Kenna was added to the short list of partner organizations whose educational content offers (ISC)² CPE credit.
What’s (ISC)² certification and why is CPE credit important?
(ISC)² is described as, “an international, nonprofit membership association for information security leaders.” The organization is designed to help members and associates keep abreast of current cyber trends, further hone their expertise, and earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits. Their certification programs, such as CISSP, are the industry standard. Now, CISSP-certified practitioners can look to Kenna to get the CPE credits they need to maintain their certifications.
If you’re not already familiar with (ISC)² and their certification programs, here a few additional resources:
- Benefits of Membership
- List of (ISC)² Certifications Available
- Which ISC Certification Is Right for You—CISSP or SSCP?
- How to Become a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
Kenna makes CPE credits easy
To earn CPE credits through Kenna Security’s educational content, all you have to do is look for the (ISC)² logo, and add your (ISC)² number when you sign up to attend one of our qualified events. We take it from there and submit your information to (ISC)² for credit. The process from sign-up to credit received can take a few weeks so patience is encouraged. However, there are quite a few options to get started with:
Kenna Security virtual events:
Our virtual Kenna Katalyst training on how to set-up your very own risk-based vulnerability management program will net 1 hour of CPE credit. Sign up for the on-demand training today.
Kenna Security webinars:
Head to our webinars page and look for the (ISC)² logo on the webinar image card (and/or a note about CPE accreditation in the copy).
Kenna Security podcasts:
Through our blog page, you can find links to our Security Science podcasts. For those podcasts that qualify, you will find a registration form where you can submit your information and (ISC)² number.