Guidance Software was founded with a clear purpose: to develop solutions that search, identify, recover and deliver digital information in a forensically sound and cost-effective manner. Since their founding in 1997 they have moved into network-enabled investigations, enterprise-wide integration with other security technologies, and now, have powerful search and collection capabilities for eDiscovery and other investigations. Guidance Software’s suite of EnCase® solutions provide an enterprise investigative infrastructure that enables corporations, government and law enforcement agencies to conduct effective digital investigations, respond promptly to eDiscovery requests and other large-scale data collection needs, and take decisive action in response to external attacks.
Usually preparing for Guidance Software Certifications is not an easy task, as there are different Guidance Software Certification Levels. Professionals usually have to attend regular classes in a Guidance Software Training Institute from a Guidance Software Certified Trainer to become a Guidance Software Certified Professional. That is too hectic and uncomfortable for professionals or students already enrolled in a degree program.
EnCase Certified Examiner
Last Updated: 5/15/2013
Total Exams: 2