Certification: CDFE Certified Digital Forensics Examiner

Category
Security
Level
Advanced
Lessons
38
Duration
8h 04m 07s
Last Updated: 2018-10-19
This training path covers everything participants need to know about becoming a certified digital forensics examiner. Participants will learn about computer forensic incidents, the investigation process, disk storage concepts, digital acquisition and analysis, forensic examination protocols, digital evidence protocols, CFI theory, digital evidence presentation, computer forensic laboratory protocols, computer forensic processing, digital forensics reporting, specialized artifact recovery, e-Discovery and ESI, cell phone forensics, USB forensics, incident handling, PDA forensics, and investigating harassment.

Career Path: Professional roles include Forensic Auditors, IT Auditors, Law Enforcement, and Internal Auditors.
As a Certified Digital Forensics Examiner you will have learned electronic discovery and advanced investigation techniques, and have computer forensic knowledge that will help organizations recognize, seize, preserve, and present digital evidence. You will be certified in using forensically sound investigative techniques in order to evaluate the scene, collect and document all relevant information, interview appropriate personnel, maintain chain-of custody, and write a findings report.

Being a Certified Digital Forensics Examiner will benefit organizations, individuals, government offices, and law enforcement agencies in performing these investigations and reporting their findings.

Certification Exam Details:
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Category
Security
Level
Advanced
Lessons
38
Duration
8h 04m 07s
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 01 - Introduction and Course Overview
Introduction & Course Overview
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Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 02 - Computer Forensics Incidents
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 03 - Investigative Process
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 04 - Disk Storage Concepts
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 05 - Digital Acquisition and Analysis Tools
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 06 - Forensic Examination Protocols
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 07 - Digital Evidence Protocols
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 08 - CFI Theory
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 09 - Digital Evidence Presentation
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 10 - Forensic Laboratory Protocols
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 11 - Computer Forensic Processing
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 12 - Digital Forensics Reporting
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 13 - Specialized Artifact Recovery
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 14 - e-Discovery and ESI
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 15 - Cell Phone Forensics
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 16 - USB Forensics
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 17 - Incident Handling
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 18 - PDA Forensics
Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Module 19 - Investigating Harassment
Johnny Justice
I’ve been in the U.S. Army for over 12 years working as a counterintelligence agent (computer forensics, 7 years). I’ve been teaching UNIX/LINUX, Network Essentials, and Theories and Application / Digital Technology at the college level and have developed several high-level Linux and Digital forensics course curriculums. I holds a variety of certifications in the following: C)DFE, CEI, CSSA, ECSA, CHFI, Linux+, and CEH. I authored the Certified Digital Forensics Examiner course at mile2® and was recently featured in eForensics magazine. I graduated magna cum laude in 2012 from Nova Southeastern University with a master's of science degree in computer science education.
Johnny JusticeCounterintelligence Agent and Instructor