Check Point has released the CCSA and CCSE R81.20 exams on PearsonVUE What about the previous R81 version exams? The R81 version of the CCSA exam (#156-215.81) and CCSE exam (#156-215.81) will continue to be available on the PearsonVUE system until 30-November 2023. Choose your exam version If you have been preparing for the previous version exam, kindly ensure that you select the appropriate version while booking the exam. Are courses for R81.20 already available? Yes, R81.20 courses are already available. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and schedules Can I do a self study for the exam? Yes, you can do a self study however you will need the official course material to prepare for the exam. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information on self study.
Effective April 1, 2023 following changes will take place in Check Point’s certification program CCSA extensions will no longer be available The CCSA certification is provided for two years and until now it could be extended by doing an ISA exam, however post the change, one will need to recertify with the current CCSA exam to continue the benefits. Recommendation – Before the CCSA expires, move forward to CCSE which is still extentable CCSE upgrade from R77 or prior not allowed To upgrade CCSE from a version prior to R80, one needs to start over from CCSA. However, CCSE R80 can be upgraded by passing the current CCSE exam Prerequisites for CCTA and CCTE applied The CCTA is based on the CCSA content and hence requires candidates to have a CCSA R80.x or above certification prior to attempting CCTA. Similarly the CCTE is based on CCSE and hence requires a CCSE R80.x or above certification prior to an exam attempt. Note – Expired CCSA/CCSE certifications are acceptable for the CCTA/CCTE exams respectively. CCSM Elite multiple extensions Passing each ISA exam after acquiring the CCSM Elite certification will extend the certification by one year.
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