Benefits of being an IACIS Member
IACIS is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide forensic computer training as well as facilitate a network of computer forensic professionals with varying levels of expertise. There are two levels of membership in the organization, Regular and Associate. To be eligible for Regular membership, applicants must be a current fulltime or former full-time law enforcement or government employee, or a current full-time contractor for a government agency. Regular members have access to training, certification, an active listserv and forensic research. Associate membership is available to anyone else that is able to pass a background check. Associate members have the same access to the benefits as Regular members with the exception that Regular members can vote and hold organizational offices. Proof of status will be verified upon application for membership.
- Direct access to experts
Access to a broad community of professional peers via a listserv
- 1 terabyte of cloud storage with your 0365 account
- It’s easy to start the certification process
The Basic Computer Forensic Examiner training course uniqely prepares students for entry into the Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) Program
- Maintaining your certification
Members receive FREE annual certification proficiency tests and recertification exams every three years.
- Train with the experts
Members enrolled in the CFCE Program receive one-on-one peer-review training to help prepare for Certification exam
Who can become a member?
- Full-time Law Enforcement or Government Employees (Must provide valid email address)
- Former Full-time Law Enforcement or Government Employes (Must provide proof of former government employment)
- Forensic Contractors to a Government Agency (Must provide proof or valid email address)
- Computer Forensic Practitioners
- Full-time Students enrolled in Accredited School
Code of Ethics
IACIS members must demonstrate and maintain the highest standards of ethical conduct.
IACIS members must:
- Maintain the highest level of objectivity in all forensic examinations and accurately present the facts involved.
- Thoroughly examine and analyze the evidence in a case.
- Conduct examinations based upon established, validated principles.
- Render opinions having a basis that is demonstratively reasonable.
- Not withhold any findings, whether inculpatory or exculpatory, that would cause the facts of a case to be misrepresented or distorted.
- Never misrepresent credentials, education, training, and experience or membership status.