CPNI Working with Security Professionals
CPNI provides support to security professionals to maximise the reach of CPNI advice and guidance. Professionals also provide valuable input into the development of CPNI guidance and advice through the sharing of latest thinking and best practice.
CPNI supports Chartered Security Professionals (CSyP) and Register of Security Engineers and Specialists (RSES) members and principals through:
- an introductory briefing on the role of CPNI and advice delivery models
- access to CPNI tools, guidance and best practice
- opportunities to attend CPNI professional development events and
- where the appropriate case can be made, the opportunity to attend CPNI training courses
Due to the nature of our work, applicants must hold UK, US, Canadian, Australian or New Zealand nationality. Professionals holding CSyP or RSES member or principal level should contact their registration authority to access CPNI support. CPNI will only be accepting applications from professionals who meet these criteria.
CPNI has selected CSyP and RSES, as the bodies overseeing professional statuses have a duty to act in the public interest, ensuring that members must meet ethical standards of behaviour and be fit to practice in their areas of expertise.
CPNI’s support to professionals will continue for as long as they hold CSyP or RSES professional qualifications. If they are removed from the register(s) the support will cease. CPNI also reserves the right to cease support for any other reason.
CPNI does not provide assurance or accreditation of professionals or the registration authorities.
Manufacturers or vendors interested in connecting with CPNI will find more information on the engaging with us page.
The Register of Chartered Security Professionals was established under a Royal Charter issued to the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals in the UK and launched in 2011.