Certified Cyber Forensics Professional [CCFP]


The evolving field of cyber forensics requires professionals who understand far more than just hard drive or intrusion analysis. The field requires CCFP professionals who demonstrate competence across a globally recognized common body of knowledge that includes established forensics disciplines as well as newer challenges, such as mobile forensics, cloud forensics, anti-forensics, and more.
The CCFP credential indicates expertise in forensics techniques and procedures, standards of practice, and legal and ethical principles to assure accurate, complete, and reliable digital evidence admissible in a court of law. It also indicates the ability to apply forensics to other information security disciplines, such as e-discovery, malware analysis, or incident response. In other words, the CCFP is an objective measure of excellence valued by courts and employers alike.

Who Should Attend:

  • Digital forensic examiners in law enforcement to support criminal investigations
  • Cybercrime and cybersecurity professionals working in the public or private sectors
  • Computer forensic engineers & managers working in corporate information security
  • Digital forensic and e-discovery consultants focused on litigation support
  • Cyber intelligence analysts working for defense/intelligence agencies
  • Computer forensic consultants working for management or specialty consulting firms.

Course Content:

  • Legal and Ethical Principles
  • Investigations
  • Forensic Science
  • Digital Forensics
  • Application Forensics
  • Hybrid and Emerging Technologies

Duration:

5 Days

Exam Information:

  • Duration : 4 Hours
  • Number of questions : 125
  • Question format : Multiple Choice
  • Passing marks : 700 out of 1000
  • Exam language : English, German and Korean

Pre-requisite:

Candidates must have a 4-year college degree leading to a Baccalaureate, or regional equivalent, plus 3 years of cumulative paid full-time digital forensics or IT security experience in 3 out of the 6 domains of the credential.
Those candidates who do not hold a 4-year college degree leading to a Baccalaureate, or regional equivalent, must have 6 years of cumulative paid full-time digital forensics or IT security experience in 3 out of the 6 domains of the credential. Candidates without the required degree may receive a 1-year professional experience waiver for holding an alternate forensics certification on the (ISC)² approved list.

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