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RSA Certification Testing

RSA is currently revamping its Certification Program to make it more relevant and useful for RSA Customers and Partners. As a result the following certification exams will no longer be available for registration as of May 31, 2017:

  • RSA Archer Certified Administrator Exam
  • RSA SecurID Certified Administrator 8.0 Exam

If you were certified on or after January 1, 2017, your existing certification credentials remain intact through December 31, 2017. Thereafter, you will have the ability to pursue the certification options that will become available under the new program. The new and improved RSA Certification Program will be available in early September 2017.

We look forward to helping you continue your learning and education with RSA.


RSA Certified Administrator Exams

For RSA customers. The Certified Administrators exams evaluate practitioners who demonstrate knowledge and skill in maintaining enterprise security systems that use RSA products. These exams are being phased out as a new certification program is underway. More information for RSA customers

RSA SecurWorld Partner Program

Click here for information on the RSA SecurWorld Partner program.

Test Scheduling

First-time test takers must create a Pearson VUE web account. Appointments may be made up to one business day in advance.

Exam Retake Policy (for all RSA exams)

If you do not pass an exam on your first attempt, you may retake the exam at any time. If you do not pass an exam on your second attempt, you must wait at least 2 weeks (14 days) between each additional attempt. If you need to retake an exam that you have already passed in order to fulfill a certification track requirement, you may do so after 3 months.

Non-Disclosure Agreement

Once candidates are seated for an exam in a Pearson VUE Testing Center, they will be given 5 minutes to read and sign RSA’s examination Non-Disclosure Agreement. Signing the NDA is required for candidates to proceed with the exam. Candidates who decline or do not ‘agree’ within the 5 minutes, will be excused from the exam room, and will forfeit their entire examination fee.

For those candidates who wish to review the full text of the NDA prior to taking the exam, we make it available here.

Last updated 2017-05-16