Certified Cyber Forensics Professional
Cyber forensics has grown from a niche law enforcement discipline to a full-blown vital profession. As an advanced professional-level certification, the (ISC)2 Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP) recognizes qualified practitioners who are equipped to lead complex and diverse cyber forensics investigations.
With this certification, you can:
- Instill employer confidence in your abilities
- Expand career opportunities with a credential that confirms your current expertise as well as your capacity to grow and evolve with the forensics industry
- Earn a credential backed by (ISC)2, the globally recognized gold standard in information security certification
- Perform international forensics investigations
You must have a four-year college degree leading to a baccalaureate, or regional equivalent, three years of cumulative paid full-time digital forensics or IT security experience in three out of the six credential domains.
- Legal and Ethical Principles
- Forensic Science
- Digital Forensics
- Application Forensics
- Hybrid and Emerging Technologies
Students must pass the CCFP exam with a scaled score of 700 points or more.
Recertification is required every three years through continuing professional education (CPE) credits. You must post at least 30 of the 90 CPE credits required in the three-year certification cycle.