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The 10 Most Valuable Cybersecurity Certifications To Get In 2019

Certifications focused on security strategy and risk management continue to top the pay scale, but network security and hacking investigation certifications are becoming more profitable.

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4. Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator

Holders of the Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI) bring in an average salary of $106,452, according to Global Knowledge, up from $91,684 last year.

Achieving this EC-Council certification validates that a user has the knowledge and skills to detect hacking attacks, properly obtain evidence needed to report the crime and prosecute the cybercriminal, and conduct an analysis that enables the prevention of future attacks. The certification focuses on forensic tools across both the hardware and software realms, as well as specialized techniques.

The CHFI certification provides the ideal level of network security expertise for law enforcement personnel, system administrators, security officers, defense and military personal, legal professionals, bankers, and security professionals, Global Knowledge found.

Some 25 North American professionals told Global Knowledge in 2018 that they hold the CHFI certificate.

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