Looking for a new way to earn CPE credits? We've put together a list of some Top Cybersecurity Podcasts over on our blog. Earn some CPE credits while you commute, tackle household chores, sit in the school carline or while you exercise!
You'll need to self-report these. The podcasts are not automatically added like our (ISC)2 hosted Webinars found here: https://www.isc2.org/News-and-Events/Webinars. If you need more ideas, you can find other opportunities for CPE credits (like our Professional Development Institute courses) here: https://www.isc2.org/Membership/CPE-Opportunities
Awesome! Thanks for sharing @tmekelburg1! There are plenty of opportunities to meet your CPE requirements (for many certifications) throughout the year!
What if myself and a fellow CISSP are publishing podcast episodes for the rest of the Cybersecurity community to consume? How do we earn CPEs based on creation of such content?
Group A Credits: Domain-Related Activities. Preparing for a presentation or teaching information related to information security. To confirm eligibility for CPE credits, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For full details on CPE credits,(ISC)² Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Handbook: https://www.isc2.org/-/media/ISC2/Certifications/CPE/CPE---Handbook.ashx
Thank you for sharing. How many CPE's can be earned for participating in a podcast? I have participated in a podcast about IoT Security but find it hard to find how many CPEs I have earned.
The formal rule is 1 CPE per hour of activity related to one or more of the domains for your certification. In practice you can file in quarter-CPE increments, so it really is 1/4 CPE for every 15 minutes.