Course Description

The field of Cyber Forensics is quickly expanding beyond law enforcement as corporations need professionals to lead complex Cyber Forensics investigations used to protect corporate internet protocols and prosecute cyber crimes.

Gain hands-on with the latest tools and techniques in preparation for CCFP exam.

Is this class for you?

Cyber Forensics professionals working in a variety of industries will benefit from this credential.

CCFP candidates must possess a four-year college degree and a minimum of three years of cumulative paid full-time professional work experience in digital forensics or IT security in three of the six domains of the (ISC)2 CCFP CBK. Those who do not hold a four-year college degree can obtain the CCFP with six years of cumulative paid full-time digital forensics or IT security experience in three out of the six domains of the CBK.

This certification demonostrates your ability to gather, analyze, and deliver digital evidence that is accurate, complete, and reliable.

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