Check Point Extends Partner Certifications

Check Point training and certification gives you the critical skills and knowledge you need to successfully implement and manage Check Point solutions and earn Check Point’s globally recognized certifications.

With COVID-19 impacting many business operation around the world, the ability to renew these certifications is heavily influenced. Therefore, Check Point has implemented a procedure to extend all certification expiration processes. Core certifications (CCSA/CCSE/CCSM) with an expiration date between April 1, 2020 to July 1, 2020 will automatically be extended for 3 months.

For example, if a customer has a CCSE R80.x Certification that was originally scheduled to expire on April 15, 2020, their certification will automatically extend through July 15, 2020.

Check Point’s training and certification brings you up to speed with the latest trends and technology in the Cyber Security industry. Our certifications are ranked among the top 10 technical certifications, paying the highest salaries and are still growing in value. Professionals that hold a CCSA certification have a Market Value Increase of 22.2 percent.

The community of certified professionals consists of 150K Cyber Security and IT experts holding our Core and Specialized Certifications. Partners that have certified CCSE/CCSM enjoy a wide range of benefits including:

  • Deep training on the latest Cyber security threats and protections (Gen 5&6)
  • Increase margin through collaborative support
  • Gain direct access to Technical Services
  • Access to Secure Knowledge articles
  • Flexible Continuing education paths for Cloud Security and MSP technologies
  • Earn Engage points & CPE

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a change in the global working culture. As the way we work changes, Check Point is committed to helping aspiring security professionals and the business community to succeed remotely. We highly encourage you to stay safe and continue to expand your cybersecurity knowledge.

Check Point will continue to monitor the situation and will provide updates as new information becomes available that affects this extension policy.