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C|HFI Hacking Forensic Investigator - iWeek 

You will learn how to find and report evidence used in criminal prosecutions as a Hacking Forensic Investigator

Hacking Forensic Investigator Course Description

EC-Council presents this course in the iWeek format, which means that you participate in the online, live instruction course. The course includes a comprehensive exam that will test your mastery of the course content. Once you pass the exam, you will receive a certificate displaying your credential. This course is recognized by all branches of the US armed services and the DoD. See the detailed product tab labeled "Government" for more details.

Gather evidence as a Hacking Forensics Investigator

Why should I take this course?

You will specifically learn how to search for and find credible, prosecutable evidence for use in criminal prosecution. Gathering and reporting evidence is a specific and important skill you will obtain from working through this course.

Here is some more information about your role as a hacking forensics investigator.

 

How does it work?

FSE|ICC is a certified EC-Council reseller. We handle the transaction with you and EC-Council will handle the course content, instruction, examination, certificate and anything else associated with the course. We will be here to answer questions and follow-up on issues you might encounter.

 

How do I get started?

Add the course to your cart and complete the checkout process. EC-Council will run point from there and will help you get registered and started on your iWeek course. If you have any questions, drop us an email at info@fseicc.com. We'll get back to you with answers to your questions.

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Course Description

C|HFI was developed by SME’s with real-world experience, along with digital forensics practitioners. The course is intended to be a complete vendor neutral course that covers all major investigation and solution technologies.

The course includes detailed lab exercises for hands-on learning. In fact, approximately 50% of the training time is dedicated to labs.

In addition, the course covers all the relevant knowledge-bases and skills needed to comply with regulatory standards such as ISO 27001, PCI DSS, SOX, and HIPAA.

You will learn a repeatable forensics investigation methodology which you will need as a versatile digital forensic professional.

 

Here’s what you will learn:

  • Established threat intelligence and key learning points to support pro-active profiling and scenario modeling
  • How to perform anti-forensic methods detection.
  • How to perform post-intrusion analysis of electronic and digital media to determine the who, where, what, when and how of the intrusion.
  • How to extract and analyze logs from various devices like proxy, firewall, IPS, IDS Desktop, laptop, server, SIM tool, router, switches AD server, DHCP logs, Access Control Logs, and draw conclusions as part of the investigation process.
  • How to identify and check the possible source/origin of the incident being investigated.
  • How to recover deleted files and partitions in window, Mac OSC, and Linux.
  • How to conduct reverse engineering for known and suspected malware files.
  • How to collect data using forensic technology methods in accordance with evidence handling procedures, including collection of hard copy and electronic documents.

 

 

C|HFI-iWeek

The C|HFI course is designed for all IT professionals involved with information system security, computer forensics, and incident response.

Here are a few more members of the target audience for this course:

  • Police and other law enforcement personnel
  • Defense and Military
  • e-Business Security professionals
  • System administrators
  • Legal professionals
  • Banking, insurance and other professionals
  • Government
  • IT managers

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Here are the main topics covered in the course:

  • Computer Forensics in the World Today
  • Investigating Web Attacks
  • Computer Forensics Investigation Process
  • Understanding Hard Disks and File Systems
  • Operating System Forensics
  • Database Forensics
  • Cloud Forensics
  • Malware Forensics
  • Defeating Anti-forensics Techniques
  • Data Acquisition and Duplication
  • Investigating Email Crimes
  • Mobile Forensics
  • Network Forensics
  • Investigative Reports

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About the Exam

Passing Score

In order to maintain the high integrity of our certification exams, EC-Council Exams are provided in multiple forms (I.e. different question banks). Each form is carefully analyzed through beta testing with an appropriate sample group under the purview of a committee of subject matter experts that ensure that each of our exams not only has academic rigor but also has “real world” applicability. We also have a process to determine the difficulty rating of each question. The individual rating then contributes to an overall “Cut Score” for each exam form. To ensure each form has equal assessment standards, cut scores are set on a “per exam form” basis. Depending on which exam form is challenged, cut scores can range from 60% to 78%.

Exam Name: CHFI EC0 312-49

Number of Questions: 150

Test Duration: 4 Hours

Test Format: Multiple Choice

Test Delivery: ECC Exam Portal

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ANSI:

EC-Council is dedicated to working with the US Department of Defense to bring the highest standards of Training, Education and Certification to our military.

Independent Accreditation ensures Quality of Certification

EC-Council Certifications are developed to the highest standards and have achieved numerous accreditations including ANSI 17024 for:

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DoD:

 

DoD Directive 8570/ 8140

EC-Council’s Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator is an approved baseline certification for the following Cyber Security Service Provider sections:

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CSSP Auditor

Information on DoD 8570 can be found at the following DISA website: https://public.cyber.mil/cwmp/dod-approved-8570-baseline-certifications/

Certification to Framework Mappings

A core component of EC-Council Certification development is the Job Task Analysis (JTA) Process we undertake before any certification is built. Major frameworks like the NICE/NIST Framework, NIST 800-171, GCHQ, and others contribute to content areas of each of our programs. As a result, EC-Council Certifications and Training programs are mapped to most major published Frameworks.

EC-Council Maps to the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Framework

Download the comprehensive mapping of EC-Council program sections to The Roles and their associated Knowledge, Skills and abilities.


Navy Cool:

EC-Council Cyber Security Certifications and the US NAVY

Six EC-Council Certifications are recognized by the United States Navy in over 100 Cyber Security Job roles, across 18 occupations. Ranging from Commander in Executive Cyberspace Leadership to Cyber Warfare Engineer, Special Agents, Incident Handlers, to Cryptologic Warfare Engineers, Cybersecurity careers with the US NAVY are exciting, holding an EC-Council certification provides great opportunity for advancement in a US NAVY career.

The decisions of Department of the NAVY to incorporate industry recognized certifications into the Cyber IT & Cyber Security Workforce Framework ensures as our service personnel advance their careers and eventually transition to civilian life, their skills and credentials are widely recognized by the Industries they will continue to work in as Veterans.

Certifications recognized, accepted, and often funded by the US NAVY include:

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Funding opportunities for career advancement are available for Active Duty NAVY personnel through the NAVY COOL program.

US NAVY approves EC-Council Certifications across 18 Occupations and over 100 Job roles

  • Cryptologic Warfare LDO
  • CTN-Cryptologic Technician Networks
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Executive Cyberspace Leadership
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Security Program Management (CISO)
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Vulnerability Assessment and Management
  • Cryptologic Warfare Officer
  • Cyber IT/CSWF All Source Analysis
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Cyber Operations Planning
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Incident Response
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Strategic Planning and Policy Development
  • Cyber Warfare Engineer
  • Cryptologic Warfare Technician CWO
  • Section 2Cyber IT/CSWF Cyber Defense Analysis
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Digital Forensics
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Investigation
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Threat Analysis
  • Cyber Warrant Officer CWO

*All information represented here can be found on the NAVY COOL site. To find what EC-Council Certifications map to your eligible Job role, select “Full Credential Search” then under Credential Agency, select or search for “International Council of E-Commerce Consultants”.


Army Cool:

 

EC-Council Cyber Security Certifications and the US ARMY

Five EC-Council Certifications are recognized by the United States ARMY across 15 occupations. Ranging from Cyber Operations Technician to Target Digital Network Analyst. Our certifications are in use as baseline credentials across ARMY Cyber throughout intelligence as well as deployed infantry. EC-Council is proud to work with various groups in the ARMY to support the Mission of ARMY Cyber.

Certifications recognized, accepted, and often funded by the US ARMY include:

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Funding opportunities for career advancement are available for Active Duty ARMY personnel through the ARMY COOL program.

US ARMY approves EC-Council Certifications across 15 Occupations

 

  • Cryptologic Cyberspace Intelligence Collector – Analyst
  • CYBER Operations Technician
  • Information Protection Technician
  • Military Intelligence (MI) Systems Maintainer/Integrator
  • Senior Network Operations Technician
  • Cryptologic Cyberspace Intelligence Collector – Analyst
  • CYBER Operations Technician
  • Information Protection Technician

 

 

  • Military Intelligence (MI) Systems Maintainer/Integrator
  • Senior Network Operations Technician
  • Counterintelligence Agent
  • Cyber Operations Specialist
  • Infantryman
  • Information Technology Specialist
  • Nodal Network Systems Operator-Maintainer

Marine Corps Cool:

 

EC-Council Cyber Security Certifications and the Marine Corps

Five EC-Council Certifications are recognized by the United States Marine Corps in 79 Cyber Security Job roles, across 17 occupations. Ranging from Cyber Security Technician, to Signals Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operator, to Cyber Security Chief.

Certifications recognized, accepted, and often funded by the US Marine Corps include:

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Funding opportunities for career advancement are available for Active Duty MARINE CORPS personnel through the Marine COOL program.

US Marine Corps approves EC-Council Certifications across 15 Occupations

  • Aviation Logistics Information Management System (ALIMS) Specialist
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Cyber Defense Analysis
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Investigation
  • Cybersecurity Technician
  • Cyber IT/CSWF All Source Analysis
  • Signals Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operator/Analyst
  • Communications Chief
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Threat Analysis
  • Information Security Technician
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Incident Response
  • Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare Technician
  • Cryptologic Cyberspace Analysts
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Digital Forensics
  • Cyber IT/CSWF Vulnerability Assessment and Management
  • Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) Systems Engineer
  • Cyber Security Chief

Air Force Cool:

 

EC-Council Cyber Security Certifications and the US Air Force

Four EC-Council Certifications are recognized by the United States Air Force in 150 Cyber Security Job roles, across 8 occupations. Occupations are recognized in fields like; Cyber Transport Systems, Intelligence, and Cyber Warfare Operations.

Certifications recognized, accepted, and often funded by the US AIR FORCE include:

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Funding opportunities for career advancement are available for Active Duty AIR FORCE personnel through the AIR FORCE COOL program.

  • Client Systems
  • Cyber Surety
  • Cyber Transport Systems
  • Flight Engineer
  • Computer Systems Programming
  • Cyber Systems Operations
  • Cyberspace Warfare Operations
  • Fusion Analyst

GI Bill:

Qualifying Chapter 31 (VR&E) United States Veterans may use their benefits to quickly study and attempt industry certifications and career training. Please click the “Contact Us” button below and enter “GI Bill” in the “Your Question” box. An EC-Council representative will contact you with more information regarding how we can support you.

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C|HFI Hacking Forensic Investigator iWeek

You will learn how to find and report evidence used in criminal prosecutions as a Hacking Forensic Investigator.

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