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CHFI stands for Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator
Digital forensics, or in other words computer forensics, is the application of scientific investigative techniques to digital crimes and attacks. In other words, it is an essential aspect of law and economics in the internet age and can be a rewarding and lucrative career path.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) classifies the work of computer forensic auditors under the "Information Security Analyst" category. Based on 2019 data, the demand for this job is expected to increase by 32% from 2018 to 2028, which is remarkably fast.
Most employers prefer a bachelor's degree in forensics, computer science, criminal justice, or some other related field. The advantage of having a bachelor's degree and certificate is that you can stand out from the other contestants and become more desirable.
It is well worth the investment to get a bachelor's or master's degree in computer forensics. Anyone could present a potential opportunity with amazing employers and companies.
As the name suggests, computer forensics investigators and digital forensics experts reconstruct and analyze digital information to aid investigations and solve computer crimes. They investigate hacking incidents, track down the causes of cyber attacks and restore lost or stolen data.
- Basic knowledge of computers and ability to run software applications
- Ethical Hackers.
- Information system security.
- Computer Forensics Expert.
- Private and Public Investigator.
- Law Enforcement Agencies.
- Incident Response Team.