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The IISFA is an organization dedicated to the goal of meeting the demand for qualified information systems forensics professionals. The IISFA promotes and develops information systems forensic standards, tests, certifies, and educates individuals to be ISF accredited practitioners as well as provides a forum for public education on ISF topics and issues which are also covered in our IISFA Dumps. The IISFA has established an international certification program to establish uniformity in qualifications relating to the field of computer forensics. Accreditation shall be granted only after successful completion of appropriate examinations administered by the IISFA Examen Committee, demonstrating competency required within specific areas of study which have been approved by the Board.

In order to become a Certified International Information Systems Forensics Investigator (CIFI), a candidate must first complete the certification testing process and pass all of the examinations required for accreditation. Once accreditation is granted, the candidate may use the IISFA logo as an identifier as well as identify themselves as Certified International Information Systems Forensics Investigators (CIFIs). All CFI candidates must submit to periodic accreditation every three years.

In order to provide an entry-level program which will assist candidates who wish to become CIFIs, the IISFA has established a Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE) program. The CCFE is designed to provide university students with an education in computer forensics.

Introduction of IISFA Certification

The IISFA and ISFCE are both members of the International Association for Information Systems Forensics (IAIF) and currently hold the distinction of being the only two certifying associations in regards to computer forensics.

IISFA also organizes the distinguished annual International Information Systems Forensics Conference (ISFIC). ISFIC is an international conference for information systems security, digital forensics, and e-discovery professionals which are all included in IISFA Dumps. Each year ISFIC attracts a new audience of current and future industry leaders in information systems fields. Attendees come from around the world to attend this event each year.

The International Information Systems Forensics Association was founded by Richard Helms to provide the information systems industry with a means to recognize professionalism within the computer forensics community. As president of the IISFA, Mr. Helms has traveled extensively speaking at conferences and seminars on topics related to computer forensics. He has also helped establish the Certified Computer Forensics Examiner program and many of its sponsor institutions as well as act as a board member for the Digital Forensics Certification Board.

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A number of police forces, law enforcement agencies, and federal agencies as well as many universities have established formal relationships with the IISFA. University of Central Oklahoma and Drexel University have established formal relationships with the IISFA.

On May 17, 2000, IISFA was officially recognized by the American Board for Certification in Criminal Justice (ABCC) as an Accrediting Agency. On January 15, 2001, IISFA was re-accredited for a five-year period by the ABCC which are also covered in our IISFA Dumps. The IISFA is in compliance with the Standards of Accreditation as set forth by the American Board for Certification in Criminal Justice.

In May 2005, the IISFA was re-accredited for another five years. The accreditation is through December 2010. Accreditation will be based upon compliance with ABCC Standards for Accrediting Agencies. The last audit was completed on July 23, 2003. In January 2009, the IISFA was reaccredited for another five years. On June 1, 2012, the IISFA became a partner organization of the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners (ISFCE). IISFA is now accredited by The International Association for Information System Forensics.

Member of IISFA

IISFA's logo symbolizes the goal envisioned by IISFA to elevate and advance computer forensics. The globe represents the global community. The sword symbolizes the ability to defend against any attack on information. The key represents the unlocking of information through forensic investigation and prosecution.

The current Board of Directors are:

IISFA has a number of Certified Forensics Investigators (CFI), Certified Computer Forensics Examiners (CCFE) and some members have an Associate Board Representative status (ABR) for their particular geographic region of the world which are all included in IISFA Dumps. If there are any errors, please contact the IISFA. These are the sponsored institutions which have an ISF accredited program.

It is the sponsor's responsibility to ensure that all students maintain a minimum standard of academic compliance by receiving a "C" average for all courses completed as well as to ensure that each student is awarded their appropriate certificate of completion upon satisfactory completion of the program requirements. Requirements vary per institution and some may include internships and other activities.

Certification in Criminal Justice

Certified Criminal Justice Investigators is an association of professionals who have entered the field of criminal investigation in counties, state and federal agencies. The purpose of the association is to advance the interests of those in the field of criminal investigation by creating a forum for sharing information and ideas conducive to advancing knowledge. IAIF is a non-profit organization of researchers, practitioners, and educators dedicated to sharing cutting edge research on information systems crimes and other information systems forensic issues which are also covered in our IISFA Dumps. IAIF is an international association formed from a special interest group organized through the International Association for Computer Investigative Training (IACIT). The IAIF sponsors conferences, workshops, and training programs to increase the education of IISF members.

Certified Computer Forensic Examiners

The following IISFA members are Certified Computer Forensic Examiners: These are the member institutions of the International Association for Information Systems Forensics (IAIF). IAIF is an international organization formed from a special interest group organized through the International Association for Computer Investigative Training (IACIT). IAIF sponsors conferences, workshops, and training programs to increase the education of IISF members. Founded in 1989. In April 2002 the IISFA first announced its new Certified Forensics Investigator (CFI) program. The program is designed to provide basic forensic training and education for information systems professionals who are not computer forensics examiners but rather have a critical need for forensic investigation in their daily work. The CFI program provides basic training to those who are not going to take the exam. However, all of the curriculum is delivered by those who have taken and passed the examination.

The Certified Computer Forensic Examiner (CCFE) program is open to anyone who has a basic understanding of computer forensics and wants a certification in this field. The CCFE examination is offered at different levels: The IISFA has two active programs it runs that offers training for individuals interested in computer forensics. The Certification in Criminal Investigation (CCI) and the IISFA's Validated International Computer Forensic (VICS) Program. The CCI course has been designed to provide individuals with an introduction into computer forensics in a fast-track way (Examination Only) while the VICS program is designed for individuals who want to know more about various computer forensic tools and skillsets.

Certified International Information Systems Forensics Investigator (CIFI).

Forensics Investigators who have achieved a recognized certification Status are designated as Certified International Information Systems Forensics Investigators (CIFIs). In order for a CFI to achieve a recognized certification Status, they must complete the entire IISFA Certification Examination Package which are all included in IISFA Dumps. This package is composed of the following seven exams:

Initially, CIFIs must complete all seven exams within three years of their initial designation as a CIFI. After three years, the CIFI must complete one certification exam every eighteen months. In addition, CIFIs must maintain an annual activity to be considered a CIFI. This activity consists of attendance at least one IISFA sponsored event. To date, there are twelve CFI's who have achieved the recognized certification Status.

Certification Topics of CIFI

Certified International Information Systems Forensics Investigator exam topics include, but are not limited to, the following.

  1. Acquisition and Analysis of digital evidence: Includes an overview of investigation techniques and techniques for identifying online data sources.
  2. Cryptographic systems and procedures: Provides an introduction to the nature of cryptographic systems and procedures from the standpoint of their capabilities, weaknesses and use in investigations.
  3. Electronic document: Includes an examination of various file formats, the proper techniques to acquire electronic evidence for digital investigation, and methods for analyzing electronic evidence.
  4. Encryption: Includes an introduction to cryptography and the principles used in key management and encryption systems from the standpoint of their capabilities, weaknesses, and use in investigations.
  5. Evidence management and preservation: Includes an examination of discovering electronic information source(s), retrieving and preserving digital evidence as well as basic case preservation procedures.
  6. Forensic analysis and computer tools: An examination of forensic analysis procedures and the use of various forensic software applications used during the digital investigation process.
  7. Mobile data acquisition: An examination of equipment and techniques for acquiring and preserving mobile data.
  8. Network forensics: An examination of the nature of computer networks, their components, and the general methods, procedures used to examine network infrastructures. Included are procedures for examining internet activities including searching web servers, obtaining web browser history records, routing information bases, etc.

Exam Requirements of Certified International Information Systems Forensics Investigator (CIFI)

To become a CIFI, the candidate must have: To be recognized as a CIFI, the members are required to complete a certification cycle every three years in accordance with the schedule outlined below. In addition, they maintain their annual activity of attending at least one IISFA sponsored event no less than once per year.

Exam Cost of Certified International Information Systems Forensics Investigator (CIFI)

Exam Cost of Certified International Information Systems Forensics Investigator (CIFI) are 250 USD

Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE)

Forensics Examiners who have achieved the recognized certification Status are designated as a Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE). (CCFE) is a professional who possesses the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to conduct examinations on digital information devices to determine what categories of information are contained in such devices which are also covered in our IISFA Dumps. They are able to perform examinations on any device that has a logical or physical interface. In order for a CCFE to achieve a recognized certification Status, they must complete the entire IISFA Certification Examination Package. This package is composed of the following seven exams:

Initially, CCFEs must complete all seven exams within three years of their initial designation as a CCFE. After three years, the CCFE must complete one certification exam every eighteen months. In addition, CCFEs must maintain an annual activity to be considered a CCFE. This activity consists of attending at least one IISFA sponsored event. To date, there are forty-four CFE's who have achieved the recognized certification Status.

Certification Topics of Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE)

To become a Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE), the candidate must have:

  1. Introduction to computer forensics tools and instruments; 2. Introduction to computer systems and forensic software applications; 3. Evidence management and preservation procedures; 4. Encryption, authentication, cryptography techniques, and procedures for their use in investigations; 5. Identification of electronic evidence sources, retrieval, and acquisition of digital evidence from any machine with an interface or logical/physical media file system; 6. Examination of mobile devices in order to identify which categories of data are contained therein; 7. Examination network topology to build investigative narratives using data obtained from physical network infrastructures and that examined from electronic network infrastructures.

  2. Examination of traditional media such as tape, physical data storage devices, and video recordings to identify relevant data; 9. Examination of Windows operating system to identify malware and other evidence contained within the operating system; 10. Investigation techniques for identifying logical data sources via workstation forensics, server forensics, and mobile device forensics; 11. Investigations of user behavior in order to build investigative narratives using forensic tools and various investigative techniques for extracting information from electronic devices.

Exam Requirements of Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE)

To become a CCFE, the candidate must have: To be recognized as a CCFE, the members are required to complete a certification cycle every three years in accordance with the schedule outlined below. In addition, they maintain their annual activity of attending at least one IISFA sponsored event no less than once per year.

Exam Cost of Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE)

Exam Cost of Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE) are 250 USD

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