Become a Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE)
The Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE) certification path teaches you the skills needed to investigate computer threats. You'll learn about performing forensics on hard drives, file systems and networks as well as the legal and ethical issues of investigating cybercrime.
Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE) training
This learning path builds your computer forensics skills and prepares you to earn your Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE) certification. You’ll learn the foundations of computer forensics as you progress through 16 courses tied to the primary CCFE certification exam objectives. Upon completion, you’ll be prepared to earn your CCFE certification and have a proven base of knowledge around conducting computer forensics investigations.
Learning path components
CCFE Custom Practice Exam
CCFE Skill Assessment
Computer Forensics as a Profession
Digital Evidence and Legal Issues
Aspects of Hard Drives
Email and Browser Forensics
Network Forensics Concepts
Passwords and Encryption
New and Emerging Technologies
Introduction to Mobile Forensics
File and Operating System Forensics
Computer Forensics Investigations
What you’ll learn.
The CCFE certification exam covers the following primary objectives:
- Law, ethics and legal issues
- The investigation process
- Computer forensic tools
- Hard disk evidence recovery & integrity
- Digital device recovery & integrity
- File system forensics
- Evidence analysis & correlation
- Evidence recovery of Windows-based systems
- Network and volitile memory forensics
- Report writing
Who is this for?
Basic computer skills, including the ability or desire to work outside the Windows GUI interface, are necessary. A+ certification and/or similar training and experience is not required, but recommended.
This certification path is designed for:
- Law enforcement professionals looking to expand into computer crime investigations
- Legal professionals
- IT/security professionals being tasked with corporate forensics and incident handling
- Anyone who wants to get certified in computer forensics!
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