Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)

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Course Overview

When a network has fallen victim to a hacker, there may be cause for investigations to follow in order to report the crime that has been committed. Computer Hacking Forensic Investigators will extract evidence of the incident in order to do so. They will also carry out audits in order to prevent future attacks to their organisation's networks.

CHFI certified professionals are held in high regard as they not only have the ability to protect networks and intellectual property, but also to find the necessary evidence after an attack or incident has occurred. These are integral skills in any company today, given the increased need for businesses to have an online presence, which has led to a dramatic rise in cyber-related attacks. As an authorised seller of the official EC-Council CHFI course, there's no better time to train as a Hacking Forensic Investigator.

Course Information

Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)

Course Details

Certification: Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)
Vendor: EC-Council
Course prerequisite: There are two options to become eligible for the CHFI exam:
  • If you are undergoing training through an approved academic institution, you will be eligible to write the exam once the training is complete.
  • If you have gained a minimum of 2 years' worth of experience in information security, you will be eligible to sit the exam without undertaking the training, if you so wish.
  • Study time: 30-40 hours

    Career Path Opportunities

    IT Manager
    System Administrator
    e-Business Security Professional
    Computer Forensics Analyst
    Network Security Specialist
    IT Auditor

    What's Included
    • Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI) course EC0 312-49
    • 12 months unlimited access
    • Student mentor
    • Student care team
    • Career support
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