Are you REALLY certified by Cellebrite? If you have attended an official Cellebrite training course, you will have an account within our Cellebrite Learning Center, where you were able to download your certificates.
The Cellebrite Forensic Training System (CFTS) officially launched in June, 2013. The first official Cellebrite certification class was taught at the 2013 Mobile Forensic World conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The CFTS established a standardized,
relevant and current curriculum to deliver the appropriate level of knowledge and practical experience by Cellebrite Certified Instructors (CCI) around the world.
Students attending our certification courses must complete the course and pass appropriate examinations prior to achieving Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator (CCLO) and/or Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) credentials. Upon completion of a course, participants receive certifications, making them eligible to move to the next stage in the curriculum.
The CFTS is designed to offer a progressive certification system, allowing those students who achieve a higher-level certification, to maintain lower level certificates. For example, someone who earns the CCLO credential will renew that certification by achieving CCPA. In addition, individuals who earn CCLO and CCPA, may renew both of those certifications by earning our capstone certification, Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner (CCME).
The CCME certifies that the recipient has attained a level of mastery in the discipline of mobile device forensic investigation methodology and a high level of proficiency with Cellebrite’s Physical Analyzer software as well as working and practical knowledge regarding Cellebrite’s UFED technology. The CCME test measures the practitioner’s skill using three popular mobile device operating systems including Android, iOS, and Blackberry. CCME certification indicates that an investigator is a skilled mobile device examiner. The CCME is available to applicants who have completed the Cellebrite Mobile Forensic Fundamentals (CMFF) course, and hold current official CCLO and CCPA certifications. Examiners wishing to earn their CCME certification must complete the process within two years of earning their CCPA credential.
Have questions about Cellebrite certification and our recertification process? We have published information and an FAQ at https://www.cellebritelearningcenter.com/mod/page/view.php?id=4625.