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calvados bob
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Might I be directed to (a) flowchart(s) which lay(s) out the entire EnCase certification universe?

Thanks.

 
Posted : 21/09/2021 1:58 am
(@hommy0)
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Hi,

The following page details the EnCE requirements and application process

https://www.opentext.com/products-and-solutions/services/training-and-learning-services/encase-training/examiner-certification

 

The EnCE certification is based around the following classes:

DF120 Foundations in Digital Forensics with EnCase

https://www.opentext.com/TrainingRegistry/course/details/2646

and

DF210 Building an Investigation with EnCase

https://www.opentext.com/TrainingRegistry/course/details/2599

 

Hope that helps

 
Posted : 21/09/2021 8:32 am
(@hommy0)
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Sorry, I forgot to mention the CFSR and EnCEP.

All EnCase certifications can be found at the following:

https://www.opentext.com/products-and-solutions/services/training-and-learning-services/encase-training/certifications

 

Regards

 
Posted : 21/09/2021 11:59 am
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Posted by: @calvados-bob

Might I be directed to (a) flowchart(s) which lay(s) out the entire EnCase certification universe?

Thanks.

Encase and ence are dead products. 

 
Posted : 21/09/2021 2:29 pm
calvados bob
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@taweret I have not been keeping up.  Mia culpa.  I just retired from decades as a Network Admin... and need a challenge to keep the synapses firing.

Digital forensics was never part of my professional world or skillset.  But it always drew me in (moth to flame?).  Now I have the time and resources to really sink my teeth into it.

So, links to where I can clue up?  Not asking anyone to do my research for me... rather, just point me in the right direction.  At length I will return the favor.

Thanks.

 
Posted : 21/09/2021 5:12 pm
minime2k9
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I think you would probably be best with something like IACIS (vendor neutral) course if you are looking to get into the area. At least this will properly teach you the fundamentals rather than push button side.

As previosuly mentioned, I would say Encase is a dead product. X-Ways, Axiom and FTK all appear to be the industry favourites, but it varies from region to region.

 
Posted : 22/09/2021 12:39 pm
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