IBM Digital Badge program

The IBM Digital Badge program enables you to easily and quickly share verified proof of your achievement both within IBM and externally. Where applicable, your IBM credentials are represented by a digital image that contains verified metadata describing your qualifications and the rigorous process necessary to earn them.

Note: Please allow up to 5 business days for your badge to be issued.

Cloud Paks

Get started earning your digital badges. Build your personal brand and advance your career.

Cloud Pak for Business Automation

Access the links below and learn what it takes to earn the credentials.

Cloud Pak for Data

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Cloud Pak for Integration

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Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management

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Cloud Pak for Security

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Data and AI

Share verified proof of your achievement with your clients and prospects.

Sales Foundations

Technical Sales

Access the link below and learn what it takes to earn the credentials.

Security

Demonstrate your proficiency in the latest IBM technology and solutions.

All Security Digital Badges

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IBM Digital Badge support

Privacy statement

NOTICE: IBM leverages the services of Credly's Acclaim platform, a 3rd party data processor authorized by IBM and located in the United States, to assist in the administration of the IBM Digital Badge program. In order to issue you an IBM Digital Badge, your personal information (name, email address, and badge earned) will be shared with the Credly’s Acclaim platform.

You will receive an email notification from Acclaim with instructions for claiming the badge. Your personal information is used to issue your badge and for program reporting and operational purposes. It will be handled in a manner consistent with IBM privacy practices.