New CCFP Snapshot Describes What it Takes to Be a Certified Cyber Forensics Pro

The CCFP Snapshot offers an inside look at what it’s like to be a Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP). Offered by (ISC)2®, the global leader in information security certifications, CCFP is the only global cyber forensics credential that provides a comprehensive validation of a candidate’s knowledge and skills as a digital forensics expert.

Today’s digital forensics professionals need to understand far more than just hard drive and intrusion analysis. Whether a law enforcement officer supporting criminal investigations, a digital forensics specialist consulting clients, or an eDiscovery specialist working on litigation, CCFP demonstrates a professional’s ability to gather, analyze, and deliver digital evidence that is accurate, complete, and reliable.“Employing forensics professionals that hold the credibility of a globally accepted and comprehensive certification like (ISC)²’s CCFP provides a strategic advantage for public and private organizations alike. The CCFP validates that their forensics team has a very specialized skill set that empowers them to lead investigations with expertise and accuracy, and can act as trusted advisors to other teams throughout the organization,” said Ken Zatyko, CCFP, vice president of Maryland Operations, Assured Information Security.

Get the facts on certification. Find out what is a typical day is like for a CCFP and what it takes to get certified. Download the CCFP Snapshot today.

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