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ANAB accreditation is widely recognized as a symbol of credibility, reliability, and professionalism in our industry. The recognition by ANAB for SISA’s CPISI, CPISI-Advanced, and CPISI-Developers certifications reaffirms SISA’s commitment to providing top-notch education and training for payment Industry security professionals.
The value of SISA’s ANAB-accredited certification programs is two-fold.
Our expertly engineered CPISI Hybrid mode of training offers flexible learning options through LMS based self-paced videos and weekly instructor connections, providing hands-on skills for adept payment data security and compliance.
Earn valuable CPE credits and digital badges from our diverse portfolio of training programs, signifying your dedication and proficiency in the field.
Our programs incorporate forensic learnings and practitioner insights to improve security controls with real-world lessons and applications.
Unlock access to a wealth of knowledge with our webinars, research, and content assets that are designed to continually expand your payment industry expertise.
Join a growing community of passionate learners. Network with peers, share insights, and broaden your professional horizons.
Delivered via next-gen hybrid mode of learning: On-demand video training enhanced by live instructor-led sessions.
ANSI stands for the American National Standards Institute. It is a private, non-profit organization that oversees the development of voluntary consensus standards for products, services, processes, systems, and personnel in the United States. ANSI accreditation ensures that standards development organizations adhere to a set of rigorous requirements and procedures.
ANSI-accredited certification refers to a certification program that has been assessed and approved by ANSI for meeting specific requirements related to competence, impartiality, and performance. This accreditation signifies that the certification program’s processes and procedures comply with recognized national and international standards, ensuring credibility and reliability.
ANSI accreditation adds credibility and trust to a certification program. It demonstrates that the program meets recognized industry standards for fairness, transparency, and quality. ANSI-accredited certifications are more likely to be recognized and accepted by employers, government agencies, and other stakeholders. Additionally, ANSI accreditation ensures that the program is regularly audited and evaluated to maintain its quality and integrity.
The ANSI National Accreditation Board is a non-governmental organization that provides accreditation services to public- and private-sector organizations. ANAB is a wholly owned subsidiary of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
To become ANSI-accredited, a certification program must undergo a thorough evaluation process conducted by an independent third-party assessor. The program must demonstrate compliance with ANSI’s Essential Requirements, which cover aspects such as governance, impartiality, transparency, and complaints handling. If the program meets the required standards, ANSI grants accreditation for a specific duration, and periodic reviews are conducted to ensure ongoing compliance.
Some of the benefits of obtaining an ANSI-accredited certification include:
Enhanced credibility and recognition in the marketplace.
Yes, ANSI is a membership organization, serving a diverse group of more than 1,400 companies, organizations, government entities, consumer groups, educational institutions, and other public- and private-sector standardization stakeholders across every industry. Through an array of key roles, ANSI represents and serves the interests of more than 270,000 companies and organizations and 30 million professionals worldwide.
You can verify the ANSI accreditation status of a SISA certification program by visiting the ANSI website (www.ansi.org) and searching for the specific certification. Accredited programs are listed on the ANSI website, and you can find detailed information about the certification body and its accredited programs.
SISA’s security certification programs for the payment industry viz, CPISI (PCI DSS implementation), CPISI-Advance (payment data security), and CPISI-Developer (secure application development) are ANAB/ANSI 17024 accredited. CPISI is the only ANSI and IAF-accredited payment data security certification in the world today and SISA is the first certification provider to achieve this feat.