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A computer forensic examiner is a professional who uses investigative and analytical techniques to be able to provide digital evidence.

The International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners is the organization, which provides the CCE or Certified computer Examiner certification for those individuals who would be interested in trying out or making a career in Computer Forensics.

This CCE certification is basically provided to be able to advance and make the field of computer forensics more professional. This certification also provides an uncompromised and fair process to be able to certify the capability of a computer forensic examiner. This certification is recognized universally, which helps in the setting of forensic standards to be high and ethical for forensic computer examiners.

The CCE certification could only be given to those individuals that have no criminal record at all. The examiners are only certified once they pass the online exams as well as successfully perform the actual forensic examinations done on three test medias. Additionally, the certified examiner should adhere to the code of ethical standards of the ISFCE and his or her professional responsibilities.

Also, prior to trying out to be certified, it would be recommended to have a proper understanding of the basic rules of evidence, because this would be related to the acquisition or seizure of magnetic media, marking, handling as well as the storage of electronic evidence, the right to privacy and the chain of custody.

Computer examiners are also trained to be skilled on proper evidence handling and documentation. Equipped with investigative instincts and a logical thought process, these individuals have the ability to operate on an extremely professional level.

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