CE Credits

Our mission at RSA Conference is to provide programs that help ensure cybersecurity practitioners around the world get the knowledge they need to spur professional growth and protect their organizations from cyberthreats.

We will be partnering with the following organizations at RSAC 2022 to offer Continuing Education (CE) Credits to our attendees. Credits vary by association, as do submission details. 
Use these tips to make sure you get yours:

Indicate your affiliation during registration
When registering for RSA Conference 2022, you will be asked to indicate the association(s) you are affiliated with. For our education partners like (ISC)and GIAC, it’s important that you list your member identification number in order to receive credits.

Attend your selected sessions
We will provide a report to you of all sessions attended or viewed as part of RSA Conference 2022. The sessions that you can earn credits with, as well as how many credits you will earn, vary by association. For sessions hosted by industry organizations, your information will be shared with the association by RSAC so that they may give you proper credit if you are a member. For all others, you will need to self-report.

Submit your Session Attendance Report to your Association(s)
You will be able to download your RSAC 2022 Session Attendance Report with a listing of all sessions attended. Submit any required documentation to the association(s) you belong to in order to receive your credits. The credits will vary by association.

Follow up with the associations to ensure you receive your credits
The timeframe for credits to be given varies by association. We recommend following up within 30 days of submitting your documentation.  


Association Details

Attendees will be entitled to a maximum of 5 CPE credits for attending the FAIR Institute: The Future of Cybersecurity Risk Measurement Seminar. Attendees will need to self-report these hours. For more details contact FAIR Institute.

Attendees will be entitled to a maximum of 16 CPE credits for attending the FAIR Analysis Fundamentals Training at RSA Conference 2022. Attendees will need to self-report these hours. Instructors will provide details for reporting during the Training.

Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) certification holders may earn 1 CE credit per hour of attendance to RSA Conference 2022, up to a maximum of 18 CE credits under “Other Industry Training and Conference CPEs” for RSA Conference 2022 (US) for live attendance for sessions & 12 CE credits under “Webcasts/Community Participation” for on demand viewing of RSA Conference 2022 sessions. Attendees will need to apply for proper credentials and provide their RSAC 2022 Session Attendance Report for support.

IAPP offers 12 CPE credits for RSA Conference 2022 attendees. Members will need to self-report attendance information for credits by completing a CPE application form and providing support documentation. For more information, go to https://iapp.org/certify/cpe.

Individuals holding an ISACA certification are entitled to CE credits for attending RSA Conference 2022. Certification holders can qualify for 1 CE credit for each applicable Keynote and track session containing content that maps to the related certification exam content outline. Certification holders will need to self-report attendance information with a copy of the post-conference RSAC 2022 Session Attendance Report as support of their request. Credits are available for both live attendance as well as online viewing.

(ISC)2 members can earn 1 CE credit per hour of attendance, up to 40 credits. Attendance of a 50-minute session will earn 1 credit for both live attendance & online viewing for RSA Conference 2022. RSAC will provide (ISC)2 with a list of attending (ISC)2members including their names, membership numbers and applicable credits. Lists will be provided to (ISC)2 one week after the live event, and on August 12 for all on demand viewing credits. Please note, we ask for your (ISC)2 membership number during the registration process.