The Certification Body (CB) of the CCE® Program is committed to impartiality, objectivity, and fairness in all aspects of its certification program. This commitment is reflected in all policies of the CB, and the execution of all policies.
If an applicant or certificate holder violates any exam policy, exam agreement (NDA) or term within the Certification Holder Policies and Guidelines, or engages in any misconduct that diminishes the security and integrity of the Lunarline School of Cybersecurity (SCS) Cyber Certified Expert (CCE)® Program in any way, the person may be permanently prohibited from taking any future CCE® Program exams. In addition, the applicant may be decertified from the CCE® Program, and test scores and certifications may be revoked.
Examples of such misconduct, misuse, and fraud include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Cheating during the exam (such as looking at notes, online resources, etc.)
- Providing or accepting improper assistance
- Using unauthorized material in attempting to satisfy certification requirements (this includes using “brain-dump” material and/or unauthorized publication of exam questions with or without answers)
- Falsifying identity or impersonating another individual to gain access to an exam
- Copying, publishing, disclosing, transmitting, selling, offering to sell, posting, downloading, distributing in any way, or otherwise transferring, modifying, making derivative works of, reverse engineering, decompiling, disassembling, or translating any exam in whole or in part, in any form or by any means, verbal or written, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose
- Disclosing Lunarline intellectual property
- Disseminating actual exam content
- Using the exam content in any manner that violates applicable law
- Violating the exam retake policy