Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code, Title XLVII OCCUPATIONS –PROFESSIONS, Chapter 4749.01(H)(2), Micro Systems Management will provide forensic services only to attorneys at law licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio.

Why is Our Forensics Team Right for Your Case?

We require all members of our Forensics team hold several industry recognized certifications. To be employed as a lead forensic examiner, we require the candidate to successfully earn and retain their Certified Computer Examiner (CCE) certification by the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners (ISFCE).

To obtain the CCE, an individual must not only possess a minimum amount of real world experience and book knowledge but must pass a series of practical exercise examinations. Unlike many vendor offered forensic certification exams, the ISFCE administered practical examinations are tool neutral. In fact the CCE certification is often considered one of the highest level vendor neutral forensic certifications. Only after successfully passing four examinations with an average that is higher than the minimum score required to pass any one examination, is a candidate eligible for approval by the Certification Board to beome certified as a Certified Computer Examiner (CCE).

Given the rigor and level of expertise needed to attain the CCE, it is not surprising that with the first awarded certification assigned to a candidate in 2003, as of 2019, there remain fewer than 900 active CCE certifications worldwide.

For more information on the ISFCE and the CCE examination requirements please visit https://www.isfce.com.