McAfee Institute Board Exams:
OVER THE LAST 15 YEARS, THE WORLD HAS EXPERIENCED A NEED FOR COMPETENT PROFESSIONALS WHO CAN EFFECTIVELY MANAGE COMPLEX CYBER ISSUES THAT THREATEN THE ASSETS, INFORMATION, AND PEOPLE OF OUR ORGANIZATIONS, POLICE DEPARTMENTS, GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND ALIKE.
To meet this need, the McAfee Institute administers the Certified Cyber Intelligence Investigator (CCIP). This remarkable group of professionals has demonstrated their competency in the areas of cyber intelligence, investigations, prosecution, management, leadership and industry best practice’s through an intensive qualification and testing program.
As a result, each of them is awarded the coveted designation of CCIP and is recognized as leaders in their respective professions.
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Exam Details Program - is graded on a pass/fail system by obtaining a 70% or better is considered a passing grade. The exam is taken online at the convenience of your home or office. It is a closed book exam and is 200 questions. The questions are in a true/false, multiple-choice & scenario-based format. It is a timed exam, you get 3 hours to complete the exam and you must do so in one sitting. Once you start the exam you must complete it. You get one attempt to pass the exam. If you fail the exam you must purchase a new exam license to sit for the exam.
Bachelor’s degree or higher plus three years of experience in investigations, IT, fraud, law enforcement, forensics, criminal justice, law, and loss prevention
Associates degree plus four years of experience as stated above,
High school diploma or equivalency plus four years of experience as stated above.
Also, a person convicted of a felony, any crime of moral turpitude or misdemeanor relating to honesty, theft, embezzlement, fraud, or the like shall be ineligible to become a CCIP. The applicant must successfully pass the prescribed background check, which may include a criminal background check and examination process. Falsification or omission of information on the application form will be reason enough to disqualify an applicant from becoming or remaining a CCIP.