I have been asked by ISC2 to fulfill my CPE points for the last year.
Unfortunately the whole process is a bit unclear for me.
Others organizations have this process more easier : for example
->organization X needs 120 points within 3 years cycle to extend my certification for next three years
->rules are very clear: 40 points for new certification in the IT security field.
In december 2018 I have passed SSCP exam.
After passing this exam I took preparation and self-study in order to achieve others certification.
In 2019 I have passed:->Microsoft Security Fundamentals->Comptia Security+->Comptia Advanced Security Professional
As I understand the CPE book correctly I have to get every year:
15 point for group A and 5 point for group B
Every hour spend on learning to those exams is worth 1 CPE so there is a question.
Let's say that:
->I spend 10 hours for preparing to MSF(reading a book and learn it)
->40 hours to prepare to pass Comptia Security+
->about 120 hours spend in order to prepare to pass the most advanced certification CASP
But maximum points are just 40.
So how about the CASP exam?
Regarding the B group: it consists all the activities which are not connected with IT security field?
I finished some on line courses on Udemy(python programming etc) so it would be OK?
Thanks for quick replay.
So I found it:
Self-study related to research for a project or preparing for a certification examination
Should I add those certifications to: "Education Courses and Seminars"?
I do not see any other matching options...