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SIA Education Courses Accepted as (ISC)2 Continuing Professional Education Credits

Silver Spring, Md. — The Security Industry Association (SIA) and ISC West are pleased to announce that SIA Education@ISC has been accepted into the (ISC)2 Official Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Submitter Program.

SIA Education@ISC is known for its world-class knowledge transfer and now SIA is making it easy for (ISC)2 credential-holders to experience this outstanding programming, expand their knowledge and satisfy their continuing education requirements.

All (ISC)2 credential holders participating in this year’s ISC West qualifying educational sessions, workshops and learning labs can earn CPE credits toward the (ISC)2 credentials, including the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP).

“The SIA Education@ISC West program offers more than 60 education sessions appealing to diverse audiences—including dealers, integrators, practitioners and IT professionals. Sessions on cloud security, insider threats, hackers in physical security and managing the sometimes challenging relationship between IT and physical security make this year’s program particularly timely and valuable for IT professionals,” said Arminda Valles-Hall, SIA director of education. “The recognition of these sessions as continuing education credits by (ISC)2 adds unparalleled value to a conference program already bursting with opportunities.”

Taking place April 15-17, 2015, (with an accompanying SIA Education program on April 14-16) at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, ISC West is the largest physical security tradeshow in North America. If you have not already registered for ISC West 2015, make time to register today. At http://www.iscwest.com.Various conference packages make it easy for you to join us for the three-day conference, for only one or two days, or for a single session.

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