Official (ISC)2® Guide to the CCFP CBK

Peter Stephenson
CRC Press, 2014/07/24 - 992 ページ

Cyber forensic knowledge requirements have expanded and evolved just as fast as the nature of digital information has—requiring cyber forensics professionals to understand far more than just hard drive intrusion analysis. The Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFPSM) designation ensures that certification holders possess the necessary breadth, depth of knowledge, and analytical skills needed to address modern cyber forensics challenges.

Official (ISC)2® Guide to the CCFP® CBK®
supplies an authoritative review of the key concepts and requirements of the Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP®) Common Body of Knowledge (CBK®). Encompassing all of the knowledge elements needed to demonstrate competency in cyber forensics, it covers the six domains: Legal and Ethical Principles, Investigations, Forensic Science, Digital Forensics, Application Forensics, and Hybrid and Emerging Technologies.

Compiled by leading digital forensics experts from around the world, the book provides the practical understanding in forensics techniques and procedures, standards of practice, and legal and ethical principles required to ensure accurate, complete, and reliable digital evidence that is admissible in a court of law.

This official guide supplies a global perspective of key topics within the cyber forensics field, including chain of custody, evidence analysis, network forensics, and cloud forensics. It also explains how to apply forensics techniques to other information security disciplines, such as e-discovery, malware analysis, or incident response.

Utilize this book as your fundamental study tool for achieving the CCFP certification the first time around. Beyond that, it will serve as a reliable resource for cyber forensics knowledge throughout your career.




著者について (2014)


Dr. Peter Stephenson is a cyber criminologist, digital investigator, and digital forensic scientist at Norwich University (Vermont). He is a writer, researcher, and lecturer on information assurance, digital investigation, and forensics on large-scale computer networks. He has lectured extensively on digital investigation and security, and has written, edited, or contributed to 19 books and several hundred articles in major national and international trade, technical, and scientific publications. He is an associate professor teaching network attack and defense, digital forensics, and cyber investigation on both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Dr. Stephenson is the chief information security officer for the university and is the director of the Norwich University Center for Advanced Computing and Digital Forensics. He has received the Distinguished Faculty Award in the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies.

He has lectured or delivered consulting engagements for the past 37 years in 11 countries plus the United States and has been a technologist for 50 years. He operated a successful consulting practice for over 20 years and has worked for such companies as Siemens, Tektronix, and QinetiQ (UK). Dr. Stephenson began his information assurance career in 1964 as a crypto tech in the US Navy.