CPE & CPD Credits

  • Earn while you learn with CPE credits

    Infosecurity Group work in partnership with leading industry associations ISACA, (ISC)2 and EC-Council to enable you to earn credits automatically. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn in a practical setting and take key insights back to your organization while furthering your professional development.

  • How does it work?

    Your participation in the conference program is recorded when you are scanned as you enter each session.

    ISACA Members – How to Claim your CPE
    You will still need to allocate your CPE hours in “My ISACA” following the conference. You will receive an email to self report your CPE hours. Your Conference Certificate of Attendance details the maximum number of CPE hours you could have earned by attending this event. CPE policies for each ISACA certification, as well as details on how to report your CPE hours, are available here on ISACA’s website. Reporting can also be done by submitting information on the annual renewal invoice.

    How many credits can I earn?

    You are able to earn:

    • 1 credit for a 50-60 minute session
    • ½ credit for a 25-49 minute session

    Attendees can earn up to 37 CPE credits; 16 by attending Infosecurity ISACA North America Conference 2019, 14 for the two day conference workshops and 7 for the one day conference workshops. ISACA conferences are Group Live and do not require any advanced preparation.

    Which sessions provide credits?

    You are able to earn credits by attending the following education sessions:

    • Conference tracks
    • Innovation Technology Showcase
    • Spotlight Sessions
    • Geek Street
    • Workshop
  • Disclaimer

    If you have any queries regarding your credits, please contact us.

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    What else is happening?

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