Why should you attend?
Who should attend?
- Individuals interested in Computer Forensics Processes
- Individuals seeking to gain knowledge about the main processes of Computer Forensics
- Individuals interested to pursue a career in Computer Forensics
- Understand the basic concepts of Computer Forensics
- Understand the basic processes of Computer Forensics
- Understand the approaches, methods and techniques used to effectively manage Computer Forensics Processes
- Lecture sessions are illustrated with practical questions and examples
- Practical exercises include examples and discussions
- Practice tests are similar to the Certification Exam
Day 1: Introduction to Computer Forensics Processes
Day 2: Computer Forensics Processes and Certification Exam
The “PECB Certified Computer Forensics Foundation” exam fully meets the requirements of the PECB Examination and Certification Programme (ECP). The exam covers the following competency domains:
Domain 1: Fundamental principles and concepts of Computer Forensics
Domain 2: Computer Forensics Processes
For more information about exam details, please visit Examination Rules and Policies.
After successfully completing the exam, you can apply for the credential shown on the table below. For more information about Computer Forensics certifications and the PECB certification process, please refer to the Certification Rules and Policies.
The requirements for this certification are:
|Credential||Exam||Professional experience||MS audit/assessment experience||CLFEMS project experience||Other requirements|
|PECB Certified Forensics Examiner Foundation||Computer Forensics Foundation exam or equivalent||None||None||None||Signing the PECB Code of Ethics|
- Certification fees are included on the exam price
- Training material containing over 200 pages of information and practical examples will be distributed
- A participation certificate of 14 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) credits will be issued
- In case of exam failure, you can retake the exam within 12 months for free
What is Computer Forensics?
Computer Forensics, also known as Cyber Forensics refers to the analysis of information in the computer systems, with the objective of finding any digital evidence that can be used for legal proceedings, but also to discover the cause of an incident. Computer forensics is the process of extracting data and information from computer systems to function as digital evidence for civic purposes, or in most cases to prove and legally impeach cybercrime.
The purpose of computer forensics is to provide forensic practices, legal processes, and ethical principles to assure reliable and detailed digital evidence that can be used for the courtroom needs. The objective of computer forensics is to guarantee a well-structured investigation and a follow-up of processes in order to resolve incidents and malfunctions in an organization.
Why is Computer Forensics important to you?
A forensics process is applied after the cyber attack or incident has occurred in order to collect and analyze the data to determine what happened, how did it happen and why did it happen? Computer forensics can be used as a tool to exploit backdoors that should be patched. A computer forensics investigation is a proficient mechanism that allows organizations’ to rationalize their time and immense financial impacts.
An internationally recognized computer forensic professional will be able to provide a detailed investigation of computer systems and assist the law enforcement authorities. Computer forensics’ provide you with the advantage of learning and practicing the latest comprehensive security methodologies of network systems, encryption technology, file operating systems, and criminal science.
Benefits of Computer Forensics
- By becoming Certified Computer Forensics Professional you will be able to:
- Understand the role of computer forensics in the business world.
- Support an organization to prevent incident occurrence
- Learn the prime forensic skills that can be applied in different situations.
- Improve your forensic techniques and tools to identify and respond to cybercrimes.
- Become an internationally recognized digital forensic professional