CERT Certificate in Digital Forensics
Collect and Analyze Data from Systems and Networks
In today's networked world, it is essential for system and network administrators to understand the fundamental areas and major issues in computer forensics. Knowledgeable first responders apply good forensic practices to routine administrative procedures and alert verification, and they know how routine actions can adversely affect the forensic value of data. This awareness greatly enhances system and network administrators' effectiveness when responding to security alerts and other routine matters.
Benefits of the CERT Certificate in Digital Forensics
The courses required for this certificate build on participants' existing skills to
- familiarize experienced system and network computer professionals with the essential elements of digital forensics
- become knowledgeable and effective first responders to security incidents
- prepare administrators to approach both routine and unusual events in a systematic forensic manner
After completing the certificate, participants may choose to be listed on the SEI website as an SEI Certificate Holder.
Summary of Fees
Participants pay fees for courses; there is no additional fee for the certificate.
eLearning package: $850
Organizations considering this training for a group of participants can take advantage of eLearning group discounts or schedule a private, instructor-led, onsite training delivery. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +1 412-268-1817 for details.
How to Earn the Certificate
To earn this certificate, complete the following courses within 12 months:
Introduction to Computer Forensics
|Advanced Digital Forensics
To request your SEI Professional Certificate, contact email@example.com and identify the certificate program you have completed. After we verify your credentials, we email your certificate within four business days.
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