On this 5-day accelerated course, you'll learn to perform an effective digital forensics investigation. You'll also get the knowledge you need to identify an intruder's footprints and gather the necessary evidence to prosecute.
There's always an opportunity for a hacker to penetrate your system. When your organisation is hit by a cyber breach, the real issue is how you respond to the attack. The EC-Council C|HFI v9 certification course will teach you the entire digital forensics process. You'll get hands-on experience with various forensic investigation tools and techniques.
You’ll learn crucial computer forensics skills like:
This version of the CHFI (v9) addresses the latest forensics examination techniques, including Linux and MAC forensics. Additionally, this updated version dives in to the laws and standards surrounding digital forensics.
Firebrand's unique Lecture | Lab | Review technique combines both theoretical knowledge and key practical skills. You’ll be immersed in digital forensics as you participate in new CHFI v9 labs, centred around malware, database, cloud and anti-forensics techniques.
On this course, you'll be prepared for and sit the CHFI (312-49) exam. This is covered by your Certification Guarantee.
The Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator certification (CHFI) is aimed at top-level forensic and intrusion analysts, security operations personnel and systems/network administrators.
Firebrand Training has again won the EC-Council Accredited Training Centre of the Year Award, from a Training Partner network that has more than 700 training centres across 107 countries. This extends a record-breaking run of successive awards to nine years.
Jay Bavisi, President of EC-Council said: “The annual EC-Council Awards highlights the commitment and achievements of our global partners and trainers that have contributed to the information security community.”
EC-Council's CHFI certification is accredited by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI). Organisations with ANSI accreditation are required to undergo stringent quality reviews and assessments. EC-Council is one of just a handful of certification bodies to achieve ANSI accreditation.
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You’ll get the skills you need to identify a cyber criminal, and gather the necessary evidence to prosecute. You'll also study the latest forensics tools and techniques.
You'll take the CHFI exam (312-49):
On this accelerated course, you'll get access to the following:
When you achieve your CHFI certification, you will be awarded a digital badge. This can be downloaded from EC-Council’s Aspen Portal.
Your accelerated course includes:
This accelerated program caters to students with introductory to intermediate experience in computer forensics. Students will walk away from this course with the information necessary to immediately conduct an examination of digital media.
It is strongly recommended that you attend the CEH class before attending CHFI.
Unsure whether you meet the prerequisites? Don’t worry. Your training consultant will discuss your background with you to understand if this course is right for you.
Here's the Firebrand Training review section. Since 2001 we've trained exactly 75595 students and asked them all to review our Accelerated Learning. Currently, 96.76% have said Firebrand exceeded their expectations.
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"I have really enjoyed my time training here. The facility is a great facility. I would recommend it to anyone. "
PY. (16/3/2020 to 20/3/2020)
"A very quick, and deep transfer of knowledge in a very short time."
G.O., Herts Police. (28/10/2019 to 1/11/2019)
"The instructor was lively and very knowledgeable and the overall experience is very intense, but worth it."
Anonymous. (8/7/2019 to 12/7/2019)
"An intense but rewarding course. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to gain a solid platform in forensics. "
James Booth, Milton Keynes College. (8/7/2019 to 12/7/2019)
"Trainer having a very good experience in the domain, with lot of feedback and knowledge."
Anonymous. (8/7/2019 to 12/7/2019)