Certified Incident Handler (E|CIH)


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EC-Council Certified Incident Handler

Duration: 3 days, June 26th - 28th 2024. 

Delivery: In-person at Collaboratory, TU Dublin, Blanchardstown, D15 VPT3.

Cost: €1699

The E|CIH Course includes everything needed for you to become a Certified Incident Handler (E|CIH). 

About this Course

EC-Council Certified Incident Handler. Master the critical first line of defense. Gain the ultimate skills to identify, contain and minimise cyber incidents.

Ask about our discounts for groups, repeat students, Cyber Ireland, members of the emergency services and career changers/returners. 

What is the ECIH Program?

EC-Council's Certified Incident Handler program equips students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively prepare for, deal with, and eradicate threats and threat actors in an incident. This program provides the entire process of incident handling and response and hands-on labs that teach the tactical procedures and techniques required to effectively plan, record, triage, notify and contain. Students will learn the handling of various types of incidents, risk assessment methodologies, as well as laws and policies related to incident handling. After attending the course, students will be able to create IH&R policies and deal with different types of security incidents such as malware, email security, network security, web application security, cloud security, and insider threat-related incidents.

Key Features & Critical Components of E|CIH Program

  • 1600+ pages of comprehensive student manual
  • 800+ incident handling and response tools
  • 780+ illustrated instructor slides
  • 125 incident handling templates, checklists, and toolkits
  • 95 labs environment simulates a real-time environment (22 scenario-based Labs)
  • 10+ incident handling playbooks and runbooks
  • 100% compliance to NICE 2.0 Framework and with CREST CCIM
  • ABAB(ANSI) ISO/IEC 17024 Accredited
  • Structured approach for performing incident handling and response process
  • Focus on developing skills in handling different types of cyber security incidents.
  • Exam Voucher 

Bonus from Fortify Institute.

    • Ongoing support to pass exams.
    • Membership of Fortify Institute Community
    • Career support & advice
    • 3 Days of expert training from an EC-Council certified trainer. 
    • Lunch & refreshments included in The Collaboratory venue. 


Join Us Today

Don't miss this opportunity to become a certified incident handler and enhance your cybersecurity skills. Our E|CIH course is your gateway to a successful career in the dynamic world of cybersecurity.

Enroll now to take your first step towards mastering the art of incident handling and securing a brighter future.


Jan Carroll
Authorised EC-Council Instructor/CEH Trainer

Jan Carroll is a Cybersecurity Lecturer at UCD Professional Academy and founder of Fortify Institute. Dedicated to closing the cyber skills gap, she offers flexible training to professionals. Jan leads the Postgraduate Diploma in Cybersecurity at Chevron College in partnership with the University of Sunderland. Actively engaged in the infosec community, she volunteers with Cyber Women Ireland, the National Cyber Awareness Task Force, and ENISA. Jan holds an MEd in Adult Education, MSc in Applied Cyber Security, and numerous industry certifications including CEH. She's a finalist for Cyber Educator awards in the EU Cyber Awards and Security Serious Awards.



Upcoming Courses

26th - 28th June, 3 days, 9 am - 6 pm at Collaboratory, TU Dublin, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

Enroll now and we will be in touch with more information and to arrange payment.

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Learn 9 Stages of Incident Handling & Response (IH&R) Process

Led by an Authorized instructor, learners will be guided through the Official E|CIH courseware developed by the EC-Council.

  1. Preparation
  2. Incident Triage
  3. Evidence Gathering and Forensic Analysis
  4. Recovery
  5. Containment
  6. Incident Recording and Assignment
  7. Notification
  8. Eradication
  9. Post-Incident Activities

Who should apply for the E|CIH? 

  1. Any mid-level to high-level cybersecurity professional with a minimum of 3 years experience.

  2. Individuals from the information security profession who want to enrich their skills and knowledge in the field of incident handling and response.

  3. Individuals interested in preventing cyber threats.

    If you are unsure of your skills, consider taking the EC-Council Certified Cybersecurity Technician Scholarship. The cost of the scholarship will be deducted from the ECIH program fee.