With data breaches and data leakage incidents becoming front page news, cyber investigations are taking on more importance within organizations. This calls for a new set of skills to be developed such as the ability to work with all levels of law enforcement, lawyers and attorneys and within the judicial system. Many of these investigations will call for the cybersecurity practitioner to be a witness and give testimony.
What’s the best way to do this to protect yourself and the organization, while also providing the information that will help law enforcement and the justice system to get the information they need?Join (ISC) 2 and guest speaker Spencer Wilcox, security strategist at Exelon, on March 26, 2015 at 1 p.m. Eastern for its next "From the Trenches" session for a discussion around what it means to be an expert witness and the best practices for serving as one.
The webinar addresses key topics relevant to those interested in pursuing a CCFP (Certified Cyber Forensics Professional) certification from (ISC) 2 , which has emerged as an important certification for those looking to advance their skills to support cyber investigations. CCFP validates digital forensics expertise in the techniques and procedures, standards of practice, and legal and ethical principles to assure accurate, complete and reliable digital evidence that is admissible in a court of law. Individuals with CCFP certification are practicing their skills in a wide range of environments, including corporate, legal, law enforcement and government occupations.
To register for the webinar on March 26th at 1 p.m. Eastern, visit: http://bit.ly/1MmzYfz.