Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator

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EC-Council CHFI: Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Certification

EC-Council CHFI: Computer Hacking Forensic Investigation is globally-recognized credential designed for validating candidate's proficiency in emphasizing forensics tools, analytical techniques and procedures involved in obtaining, maintaining and presenting computer forensic evidence and data in a court of law. CHFI certification program authenticates skills and knowledge of professional in 22 domains. CHFI exam objectives are as follows:

  • Digital evidence
  • Windows forensics
  • Investigative reports
  • Computer forensics lab
  • Investigating Web attacks
  • First responder procedures
  • Becoming an expert witness
  • Investigating wireless attacks
  • Application password crackers
  • Data acquisition and duplication
  • Searching and seizing computers
  • Log capturing and event correlation
  • Computer forensics in today s world
  • Forensics investigations using EnCase
  • Steganography and image file forensics
  • Computer forensics investigation process
  • Understanding hard disks and file systems
  • Recovering deleted files and deleted partitions
  • Tracking emails and investigating email crimes
  • Tracking emails and investigating email crimes
  • Forensics investigations using accessdata FTK
  • Network forensics, investigating logs and investigating network traffic

CHFI training program demonstrates mastery in detecting hacking attacks and properly extracting evidence to report the crime and conduct audits to prevent future attacks, specializing in the areas of computer forensics, anti-hacking, and penetration testing.

uCertify provides study guide for 312-49 V8 exam. The course certifies individuals in forensic security discipline from a vendor-neutral perspective and enhances their knowledge on digital forensics to investigate and prevent cyber crime.

Requirements for EC-Council Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Certification

Two years of work experience in the Information Security domain