Professional & Academic

Certifications

CREST Certified Malware Reverse Engineer

The technical syllabus identifies at a high level the technical skills and knowledge that CREST expects candidates to possess for the Certification examinations in the area of Intrusion Analysis.  This is a specialist exam for this subject area which also includes a core skills exam covering network and host intrusion.

The CREST Certified Malware Reverse Engineer (CCMRE) examination tests candidate’s ability to reverse engineer malware, particularly remote access Trojans.

For more information: http://www.crest-approved.org/professional-examinations/malware-reverse-engineer/index.html

Courses

CFIP Forensic Investigation: Hands-On

Provider: 7Safe

On this 4 day practical computer forensics training course, gain an understanding of static computer forensics analysis by learning about forensic principles, evidence continuity and methodology to employ when conducting a forensic investigation. Using practical case scenarios, you will be guided through the process of conducting a computer forensics investigation, and will learn the principles surrounding the collection of evidence, together with the forensic tools associated with forensic analysis. Delegates who successfully complete the exam included at the end of the training course will be awarded the Certified Forensic Investigation Practitioner (CFIP) qualification.

For more information: http://7safe.com/forensic_investigation_course-technical_hands-on.html

Secure Coding for Software Developers

Provider: 7Safe

Catch your security problems before they start. This 2 day course focuses on the technical controls specific to mitigating the occurrence of common software vulnerabilities and is aimed at making developers aware of common insecure coding practices and how these can be addressed to make secure applications. Delegates who successfully complete the exam included at the end of the training course will be awarded the Certified Secure Coding for Software Developers (CSCSD) qualification.

For more information: http://7safe.com/secure-coding-for-software-developers.htm