A CryptoCurrency Security Standard Auditor is an expert in the CCSS. CCSSAs are able to apply the CCSS standard to any information system that uses cryptocurrencies, calculating a grade for the system according to the CCSS.
The following careers would benefit from a CCSSA certification:
You can find a Certified CryptoCurrency Security Standard Auditor (CCSSA) here.
The exam includes 100 multiple-choice and true/false questions covering each of the 31 aspect controls of the CCSS.
A passing grade of 70% is required to apply for certification. If you fail the exam, you can pay to take the exam again. You will be unable to apply for certification until you have successfully passed the exam.
Once you've paid your exam fee, there is no time limit imposed on when you must take your exam. Feel free to wait as long as you like after paying until you're ready to take the exam without fear of any penalty. However, once you begin the exam you will only have 90 minutes to answer all 100 questions.
During the exam, you will be asked questions related to a real-world scenario. Please download CCSSA Exam Scenarios and review it before beginning this exam.
Download CCSSA Exam Scenario A
Download CCSSA Exam Scenario B
Download CCSSA Exam Scenario C
Download CCSSA Exam Scenario D
Keep these scenarios handy. You may wish to print it to paper so they are easily accessible while you are writing the exam.
The use of the certification mark is intended to indicate that the services in association with which it is used are of the following defined standard: services to be provided using the certification mark are provided by persons who have satisfactorily completed an examination prepared and administered by the applicant for the purposes of measuring skill with respect to professional knowledge of the CryptoCurrency Security Standard as well as acceptance of the applicant’s code of ethics in force at the relevant time. Initial certification is for one (1) year and it is the responsibility of each user of the certification mark to renew his or her certification every one (1) year thereafter by meeting one of the following requirements: