Technical forensics certification

yzTyzT Member Posts: 365 ■■■□□□□□□□
Now that I've finished my Master's degree it's time to focus on certifications again, and I want to go for forensics. The theory is always the same, so I'm looking for a certification where I'll learn actually putting into practice the content. Is there anyone? Kind of OSCP but forensics-related?

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  • Khaos1911Khaos1911 Member Posts: 366
    Take a look at what SANS have to offer. I hear great things about FOR 401 and FOR 508. Not to mention the rep of both SANS Training and GIAC certs in general.
  • docricedocrice Member Posts: 1,706 ■■■■■■■■■■
    The starting SANS forensics tracks are FOR408 and 508.

    401 is the Security Essentials Bootcamp.
    Hopefully-useful stuff I've written: http://kimiushida.com/bitsandpieces/articles/
  • xagreusxagreus ITIL Foundation, A+, Network+, CCNA Member Posts: 88 ■■■■□□□□□□
    Any advice for or against EC-Council's Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator? I don't know much about it, but sounds like it might be of interest to yzT.
  • fuz1onfuz1on Member Posts: 961 ■■■■□□□□□□
    have u tried the free certification from accessdata? they have ace (ftk), summation certs (legal-ware) and ame (mobile). i just passed the ace a couple nights ago and I thought it was pretty beneficial to become familiar with this popular tool for computer forensics.
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