CFCE re-certs

eureka

New Member
May 5, 2007
231
0
#1
I AM A MEMBER OF IACIS. what does this mean?

In order for certification to remain current, a member must undertake a proficiency test once per 3 year period after certification as well as complete 60 hours of continuing training in computer forensics or a related field. Additionally, the member must conduct as a minimum an average of 1 forensic examination per year, for a minimum of 3 examinations over the 3 year period. The member must also pay dues ($50 per year) and remain a member in good standing of IACIS.

What does 1 forensic examination qulify as?

Aloha

Eureka :D
 

Complete

Administrator
Aug 19, 2006
861
0
#2
Did you go through the whole CFCE certification process? If not, you don't have to worry about those requirements.

For future reference, this question could quickly be answered straight from the horses mouth on the IACIS listserve, member website, or by using the contact form on the website.
 

About us

  • Our community began in 2004. Since this time, we have grown to have over 29,000+ members within the DFIR & Cyber Security community.

    We are happy to announce that this forum is now under new ownership with the goal to once again become the main Digital Forensics Forum on the internet for DFIR, OSINT and Cyber Security.

    If you can think of ways to help us improve, please let us know.

    We pride ourselves on offering unbiased, critical discussion among people of all different backgrounds.

    We are working every day to make sure our community is one of the best.

Quick Navigation

User Menu