The RCCE Certification is valid for 2 years after which it can be renewed for each period by successfully earning the Rocheston Continuing Education (RCE) credits points. The certified members will have to achieve a total of 100 credits (per certification) within a period of the 2 (two) years. The Advisory Board provides the overall review and governance for the RCE policy and procedure.
All certification related correspondence will be sent to the email address provided during the exam registration. If there is a change in your email address, please notify the Rocheston Department of Certification (RDoC) by sending a mail to [email protected]
failing which you will be unable to receive critical updates related to the certification.NOTE:
The RCCE certification and associated credentials including the certification badge, eCertificates, RCCE certification logo, Rocheston Roxy Portal access and exam scores will automatically become inactive after the expiration of the validity period of 2 years unless the certification renewal process through RCE is initiated. Only the members with valid and active certification can be provided with the continuous product and service updates or releases related to the RDoC.
What Is RCE?
To renew your credential for another 2-year period you need to update your RCE credit account with 100 credit points in the Rocheston Roxy Portal and submit proof of your earned credits. Rocheston Roxy will keep track, evaluate and update the number of credit points the candidates have earned during the 2 year valid certification period portal.
To maintain his/her certification, the certified member must earn a total of 100 credits within 2 years of the RCE period.
How to arn the 100 RCE credit points is explained in the following sections.
Earning RCE Credit Points
The certified candidates have to complete the following 5 assignments of 20 credit points each, during the 2-year validity period:
- Complete/Participate in self-paced, blended or instructor-led cybersecurity course (in-person or virtual)
- Submit self-authored published book, whitepaper or article/journal in the cybersecurity domain
- Train/Mentor cybersecurity professionals
- Participate in cybersecurity lab sessions or interactive Do-it-yourself (DIY) workshops or conferences
- Review a cybersecurity product, book or whitepaper
: THE CANDIDATE IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THAT ALL SUBMITTED PROOF OF ASSIGNMENTS - BOOKS, ARTICLES, REPORTS, REVIEWS, LECTURES, NOTES AND ANY OTHER DOCUMENT/AUDIO/VIDEO, ARE BASED ON SELF-STUDY AND/OR RESEARCH.
THE CANDIDATE HAS TO ALSO ENSURE THAT THE ASSIGNMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN PLAGIARIZED (DIGITAL OR PRINT). ROCHESTON DEPARTMENT OF CERTIFICATION (RDoC) STRICTLY PROHIBITS SUBMISSION OF ANY TYPE OF PLAGIARIZED CONTENT, IN PART OR WHOLE, FROM ANY OTHER SOURCE. IT RESERVES RIGHT TO CHECK PLAGIARISM BY RUNNING ALL SUBMISSIONS THROUGH A PLAGIARISM CHECKER.
SUBMISSION OF ASSIGNMENTS ON ROCHESTON ROXY BY THE CANDIDATES IS A SELF-DECLARATION THAT THE ASSIGNMENTS ARE AUTHENTIC AND ORIGINAL. FAILURE TO COMPLY SHALL RESULT IN REVOCATION OF THE CERTIFICATION.