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Thread: Validity of checkpoint certification

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    Default Validity of checkpoint certification

    The Checkpoint Ng AI (CCSA) is validated till when ? Hw many years....

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    Default Re: Validity of checkpoint certification

    afaik ccsa AI certifications expired this August (not 100% sure tho)

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    Default Re: Validity of checkpoint certification

    It's valid until the version after NGX is released, so it's not a specific length of time.

    They are technically valid until there have been two new major releases, but one thing to watch out for is that your extra access to UserCenter/SecureKnowledge expires after 12 months for CCSA, or 18 months for CCSE or higher. That's why I did the Accelerated CCSE NGX this week, to update my benefits.

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    Default Re: Validity of checkpoint certification

    I remember reading on the CP site that certs are valid as long as that version is supported.

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    Default Re: Validity of checkpoint certification

    From CP
    http://www.checkpoint.com/services/e...faq/index.html

    Q: How long does a certification last?

    A: Certification, like security, must be kept current to be truly effective - which is why we strongly encourage you to constantly refresh and keep your certification current. Certifications are considered 'up to date' if they are for the current major product release or the product release immediately prior, such as Check Point NG with Application Intelligence and Check Point NGX.

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