County Detective earns forensic computer examiner certification
October 15, 2014
Detective Brian Webbe of the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office has completed the required coursework and has been awarded the certification of Certified Forensic Computer Examiner by the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists. The Certified Forensic Computer Examiner certification is one of the most widely recognized and sought after certifications in the discipline of digital forensics. The program’s tool-independent approach to conducting such examinations ensures that certified examiners have a working knowledge of the underlying concepts of digital forensics. It consists of an intensive course of instruction and multiple peer-reviewed forensic computer examinations, culminating with a practical examination and a final written exam, over a period of 6 months.
This certification adds to Detective Webbe’s list of industry-recognized certifications, which already includes several cellular telephone examination certifications such as the Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator and Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst.