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Newcomer III

Re: No CPEs from 2018 Security Congress

I was one of the (ISC)2 Ambassadors at Security Congress and I know we were telling people to give the staff 2-3 weeks before you start wondering about them.  There were almost 2000 attendees that they have to update CPEs for.  I would say if you have not seen them by early November send an email to membersupport@isc2.org.

 

 

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Newcomer I

Re: No CPEs from 2018 Security Congress

I appreciate the need for processing, but updating records in batch does not require 2-3 weeks in this day and age unless the recording mechanisms and processes are antiquated.  I would expect ISC2 to be able to process updates for its member community in what I perceive as a timely fashion (which is less than 2-3 weeks for sure).

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Community Champion

Re: No CPEs from 2018 Security Congress

There is a 90 day grace period for filing CPEs.  As long as 2-3 weeks does not get drawn out to 13 weeks, nobody is harmed by a posting delay.  Given that the CPE system has been down for a few days now, I imagine their attention has been diverted to issues more time-sensitive than bulk-loading CPEs.

 

You might put a reminder into your calendar and ignore the issue for a few weeks.

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Re: No CPEs from 2018 Security Congress


@denbesten wrote:

There is a 90 day grace period for filing CPEs. 


To clarify, we have up to 90 days after the expiration of our three-year certification cycle to submit CPE credits, not 90 days after the individual CPE-qualifying event. 

 

Quoting from page 11 of the current (2017) CPE Handbook:

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Grace Period
Following the certification expiration date, members/associates are allowed a 90-day grace period to complete the submission of all CPE credits, but the credits must be earned by the expiration date.

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Re: No CPEs from 2018 Security Congress


@CraginS wrote:

To clarify, we have up to 90 days after the expiration of our three-year certification cycle to submit CPE credits, not 90 days after the individual CPE-qualifying event. 

@CraginS is correct.  Thanks for the clarification.