Certified Blockchain Professional (CBP)
Certified Blockchain Professional
A technical examination
Blockchain is all about secure data exchange. Currently the major uses have been related to crypto-currencies and supply chain management: contracts management and automatic fulfillment. The future of data transfer in the most secure manner between and within organizations is where Blockchain will flourish for every company.
A blockchain is a database that is shared across a network of computers. Once a record has been added to the chain it is impossible to change it and so it is secure against fraud/theft. To ensure all the copies of the database are the same, the network makes constant checks. Blockchains have been used to underpin cyber-currencies like bitcoin but secure data exchange is how businesses are using it. It is an essential part of ICCP's new standards for Generally Accepted Data Management Principles (GADMP).
Levels of Credential Available
Requires passing 4-day* executive workshop on Blockchain plus a written assessment passed at 70% of higher. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.
Requires 2 exams (IS Core plus Blockchain Examination) be taken and passed at 70% or higher. Also requires significant contribution to the industry and adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.. 2-day mentoring workshop. Significant contributions to the industry. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.
Requires 2 exams (IS Core plus plus Blockchain Examination) be taken and passed at 70% or higher. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.
Requires 2 exams (IS Core plus Blockchain Examination) be taken and passed at 50% or higher. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.
If you've achieved a foundation credential by taking the foundation level exams you must retake the exams at 90 minute duration (but at a significantly reduced member price) for any of the higher levels which are extended duration and variety examinations.
Assistant Blockchain Professional
Requires one 60 minute foundation Blockchain exam: passed at 50% or higher. Adherence to the ICCP Code of Ethics.