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Certified Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI) v9

Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator28 H 49 M

Learn the concepts, tools, and best practices you need to know to pass the CHFI exam. You'll learn skills like first responder techniques and recovering lost data.

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Episodes
Episodes
  • Computer Forensics in Today’s World
    • Overview
    • CHFI EC-Council Certification Overview
    • Computer Forensics in Todays World
    • Computer Forensics in Todays World Part 2
    • Computer Forensics in Todays World Part 3
    • Computer Forensics in Todays World Part 4
    • Computer Forensics in Todays World Part 5
  • Computer Forensics Investigation Process
    • The Investigation Process
    • The Investigation Process Part 2
    • The Investigation Process Part 3
    • The Investigation Process Part 4
    • The Investigation Process Part 5
    • The Investigation Process Part 6
    • The Investigation Process Part 7
    • Investigative Tools Demonstration
  • Understanding Hard Disks and File Systems
    • Hard Disks and File Systems
    • Hard Disks and File Systems Part 2
    • Hard Disks and File Systems Part 3
    • Hard Disks and File Systems Part 4
    • Forensic File System Tools Demonstration
  • Data Acquisition and Duplication
    • Data Acquisition and Duplication
    • Data Acquisition and Duplication Part 2
    • Data Acquisition and Duplication Part 3
    • Data Acquisition Tools Demonstration
  • Defeating Anti-Forensics Techniques
    • Defeating Anti-Forensic Techniques
    • Defeating Anti-Forensic Techniques Part 2
    • Defeating Anti-Forensic Techniques Part 3
    • Defeating Anti-Forensic Techniques Part 4
    • Anti-Forensics Tools Demonstration
  • Operating System Forensics
    • Operating System Forensics
    • Operating System Forensics Part 2
    • Operating System Forensics Part 3
    • Operating System Forensics Part 4
    • Operating System Forensics Part 5
    • Operating System Forensics Part 6
  • Network Forensics
    • Network Forensics
    • Network Forensics Part 2
    • Network Forensics Part 3
    • Network Forensics Part 4
  • Investigating Web Attacks
    • Investigating Web Attacks
    • Investigating Web Attacks Part 2
    • Investigating Web Attacks Part 3
    • Investigating Web Attacks Part 4
    • Investigating Web Attacks Part 5
    • Investigating Web Attacks Part 6
  • Database Forensics
    • Database Forensics
    • Database Forensics Part 2
  • Cloud Forensics
    • Cloud Forensics
    • Cloud Forensics Part 2
    • Cloud Forensics Part 3
    • Cloud Forensics Part 4
  • Malware Forensics
    • Malware Forensics
    • Malware Forensics Part 2
  • Investigating Email Crimes
    • Investigating Email Crimes
    • Investigating Email Crimes Part 2
    • Investigating Email Crimes Part 3
  • Mobile Forensics
    • Mobile Forensics
    • Mobile Forensics Part 2
    • Mobile Forensics Part 3
  • Investigative Reports
    • Forensics Report Writing and Presentation

Overview

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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

In this episode, Daniel and Adam give a general overview of what to expect in the upcoming CHFI version 9 series. They cover topics like who is the intended audience, what the scope of the series will cover, and what are some specific topics that will be addressed.

[SOUND] >> In this segment, we're gonna take a brief look at what we can expect from our upcoming CHFI version nine series, and Adam if you could do us the favor of telling us, what are some of the topics that we're gonna be covering in this series? >> Absolutely, so we have 14 knowledge areas in CHFI version 9. A little bit condensed down from what version 8 would have been. We had 22, 21, 22 in version 8 so it condensed them down a little bit. Things like, what is the role of computer forensics in today's world? How do we become an investigator? What are the methodologies, the rules, the laws, jurisdictions we have to be concerned with? What's the investigative process? Understanding hard disks and file systems, always a big one, always very important to know about that. Operating system forensics, network forensics, web forensics, the investigation of mobile platforms, looking at cloud and virtualization, malware and investigative reporting. How do we produce our results and do so in a forensically sound and law abiding manner so we can provide evidence in a court of law, if required, are all areas and activities that we would look at. And least not, let's not forget database forensics as well because we do talk about database forensics. But all those areas are part of what we'll be covering in the CHFI conversations to come. >> Excellent. Adam, could you tell us also a little bit about who the intended audience would be for this exam? >> Absolutely. Anybody who is interested either in becoming more knowledgeable about forensics, this would be a great way to learn more about what you would do as a forensic investigator. Somebody who may already be certified as a CHFI in a prior version looking to upgrade their skills would be a very logical candidate for this kind of knowledge. Any IT professional looking to understand more about security and methodologies associated within its response in forensics would also benefit from this discussion. And anybody who may, for instance, have gone through perhaps CEH or any of the other EC counsel related training or is looking to deepen and broaden their knowledge around security would find this material to be of great benefit to them. >> Awesome. Anything you can tell us about the exam itself? This is a certification-driven series that we're doing. Any help on that would be great. >> Well, obviously we can't talk about everything. But like EC Council exams and all vendor exams, there is a process you go through. I encourage you to go to the EC Council website, read up on the specificity of how to make sure you're compliant with their requirements to take their exam. You usually have to go through a process and send in an application, fill out some forms, things like that. So I encourage you to go out to eccouncil.org, take a look there. >> The exam has a certain number of questions associated with it, tends to be multiple choice driven, time bounded. So standard discussion about those kind of requirements would be what we talk about. But I encourage you to go to the vendor website, read up on the latest requirements on the information as from time to time those things may change at the whim of the vendor. And obviously, as a result, want you to always have the most recent information available to you. >> All right, excellent stuff. And if that sounds like something that might be interesting to you, well, we look forward to seeing you in the upcoming series.

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