Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)

The Computer Hacking investigation is the process of performing an audit to detect hacking attacks and properly extracting evidence to report crimes and prevent future attacks. Cybercrime is on the rise in today’s online world. Police, governments, and businesses around the world use computer investigative technology, and most of them rely on EC-Council’s CHFI certification program for hacker investigators. Computer security and computer studies are changing the terminology. Tools for conducting computer investigations are invented every day, such as cybercrime, digital forensics, computer analytics, and standard computer data recovery. The tools and technologies covered by EC-Council’s CHFI program enable students to use innovative digital technologies to study computer science. Forensic technology.

Computer Forensics is a simple application of computer investigative and analytical techniques to identify potential forensic evidence. Evidence may be required for common computer crimes or abuses, including, but not limited to, theft of trade secrets, theft or destruction of intellectual property rights, and fraud. CHFI researchers can use various methods to recover data from computer systems or obtain information from deleted, encrypted, or corrupted files. This is called computer data recovery.