Training for the CCE
The ISFCE has Authorized Training Centers (ATCs) around the world to train specifically for this testing. It is highly suggested that you choose to enroll within one of these courses prior to attempting the CCE certification testing, especially if you are new to the field of computer forensics.
All ATC course offerings are thoroughly reviewed and scrutinized by the ISFCE prior to granting ATC status to that organization. The ISFCE reviews all ATC course material and assesses whether or not the curriculum adequately meets the testing standards for the Certified Computer Examiner (CCE)® exam. These testing standards are released under a non disclosure agreement to the ATC in order to assist the ATC in evaluating existing course materials. The ISFCE does not release the Certified Computer Examiner (CCE)® Testing Standards to the general public in order to protect the integrity of the certification process. The Certified Computer Examiner (CCE)® Testing Standards are posted in more general terms under the Skill Level section of this website.
All ATC instructors are required to be Certified Computer Examiner (CCE)® certified.
Only training organizations that display the CCE BootCamp Authorized Training Partner / Authorized Training Center logo are approved by the ISCFE to prepare candidates to sit for the CCE certification:
The ISFCE has encountered training organizations that state they prepare individuals for the CCE certification process, yet they are not approved to do so. If these organizations are not designated as an Authorized Training Center (ATC), the ISFCE does not recognize that training as a program that sufficiently prepares for the CCE.
The following list includes all current ISFCE Authorized Training Centers: