Last week I passed the EC-Council CHFI exam (312-49). This is my second certification with EC-Council after taking the CEH exam. From my point of view The CEH exam was harder than the CHFI as it covers broad range of technical areas. The CHFI lays a good foundation for the Forensics domain, however if you are taking the Forensics as a job then I would recommend going to CHFI plus GIAC Forensics Certification or Guidance Software (EnCase).
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Ahmed Nabil has more than 17 years of experience in the field of Information Technology/Systems, Infrastructure, Project Management, Information Security, Application development/Automation, IT management and holds several professional IT certifications from Microsoft, CISCO, ISACA, ISC2, PMI, CWNP, PECB and EC- Council. Ahmed is an industry expert in Information Security and Digital Transformation, public speaker at several international conferences and author of several articles published in different international security magazines.
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