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AT&T Cybersecurity Certification

Become AT&T Cybersecurity Certified!

Taking the Exam

Scheduling your exam

In order to maintain the integrity of the testing process and the value of AT&T Cybersecurity certifications, all exam deliveries are proctored. All test-takers may use either online proctored or onsite proctored testing. No matter which option you choose, the exam format and content is the same.

Webassessor is the exam delivery platform of Kryterion, our exclusive exam delivery provider. You will need an exam voucher and an account on Webassessor in order to take the AT&T exam.

To create an account, please visit: and follow the instructions.

To inquire about an exam voucher please contact:

Rescheduling your exam

If you need to reschedule your exam, you may do so on Webassessor at no additional cost. However, as noted during the registration process, reschedules are not permitted within 96 hours (4 days) of your scheduled exam time.

Online proctored exam

Kryterion offers you the ability to take AT&T Cybersecurity exams from your own computer. You’ll need to meet the system requirements, and you’ll need to have a webcam. You can use the webcam that's built into your computer, or a separate webcam.

To schedule an online proctored exam, please follow the instructions on Webassessor.

Onsite proctored exam

Kryterion maintains a network of over 800 Kryterion Testing Network (KTN) centers around the world. To schedule an onsite proctored exam, please follow the instructions in Webassessor. You will be able to select from the available locations, dates, and times for your exam.

Please review the information on Kryterion’s web site to see what to expect when taking an exam at a KTN center.

If you’d like to search in advance for a testing center that’s convenient for you, please use the KTN center locator.

Taking the Exam: The Details


When you begin the exam, you will be presented with the AT&T Cybersecurity Exam Security and Trademark License Agreement. If desired, you can review it in advance.

Timing for the AT&T Cybersecurity Certified Security Engineer (ACSE) exam

You will have 105 minutes to complete the ACSE exam. The exam will have approximately 60-70 questions, though the number may vary.

Timing for the AT&T Cybersecurity Certified Security Engineer (AVSE) exam

You will have 90 minutes to complete the exam. The exam will have approximately 40-60 questions, though the number may vary.

Question types

The exam questions may include multiple choice (which may require a single response or multiple responses) and matching, and could include other question types as well. On occasion, we will include a few questions that we are evaluating. We also may include a few survey questions. Your responses on questions that we are evaluating, and on survey questions, will not be counted when determining your score.

Practice questions

If you would like to practice with a few sample questions, they can be found here: Please note, the practice questions are similar in form and content to what you will encounter on the current exams. However, these questions will NOT be used on the current versions of any exam.


There is no penalty on an AT&T Cybersecurity exam for an incorrect answer. Therefore, you should attempt to answer all questions, selecting the best answer or answers in each case.

Closed book

The exam is closed book, which means you may not have any notes, printed material, computers, electronic devices, or any other test aids with you during the exam.


During the exam, you can move forward or back to review questions. You also have a check box on each screen to mark a question for later review if you have enough time.


During the exam, you will have the opportunity to write a comment on any question. We are very interested in your comments. However, please note that your time to complete the exam is not extended when you write comments.


The exams are only offered in English. The duration for each exam was chosen to assure that non-native English speakers will have sufficient time.