IACRB, Information Assurance Certification Review Board
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An industry standard organization.
Formed by information security professionals.
A not-for-profit legal entity with a sole mission to certify individuals.
Requires all exam candidates to pass a hands-on practical examination
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Exam Fees
Flat fee of $499 per exam
On-site proctored exams are $399 per voucher
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Current Public Testing Locations
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To schedule an exam, please contact us via email at exams@iacertification.org or via phone at 708-660-0721

7350 Williamson Blvd.
Manassas, Virginia 20109

15555 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
Houston, TX 77032

2111 S. Arlington Heights Rd.
Arlington Heights, IL 60005

480 N. Bayshore Blvd.
San Mateo, CA 94401

5051 Duke Ellington Way
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Other Testing Options:
Contact the IACRB for hosting an on-site exam. Exams can be hosted at your location for groups of 10 or more.

If work for an approved organization, you can take the exam via the internet from your home or office. Contact the IACRB to schedule internet-delivery exams via phone or email.

Exam Feedback:
While taking your exam, you have the ability to mark questions for subsequent review. You will be able to go back and answer these questions again. When you complete your exam, you will have an opportunity to comment on questions you marked for review during the exam through the exam feedback form.

At this time, comments about the following areas are being accepted:

  • Typographical errors (spacing, formatting, etc.)
  • Spelling and grammatical errors
  • Technically inaccurate
  • A question appears to have more than one right answer

The IACRB does give a student credit for an exam question that is proven incorrect. If you are requesting that the IACRB review a specific question, so that you may receive credit for a question that was marked wrong, you must do the following:
  1. Provide written comments pertaining to the question
  2. Specifically point out the deficiency
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of the subject area and an understanding of the underlying concept being tested in the question
You must then email exams@iacertification.org, supplying the certification attempted, your username, your full name, the question number and a brief, professional explanation of the problem with the question or answers as set forth above.

An exam proctor will review your feedback and respond to you via email within 5 working days with their findings.
 
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