Certified Incident Handling Engineer (CIHE)

Certified Incident Handling Engineer (CIHE)

Stone River eLearning
Updated Dec 31, 2019

Course Overview

The Certified Incident Handling Engineer (CIHE) course is designed to enable the candidates to efficiently and effectively handle incidents which arise during their jobs as system administrators, system security engineers and network and cloud security experts. The course helps the candidates to plan, create and utilize their resources properly for the prevention, detection and mitigation of attacks on the data or infrastructure.

The Certified Incident Handling Engineer (CIHE) is a certification exam offered by Mile2. The course is covers the entire curriculum of the said certification and prepares the candidates to appear in the certification exam. Mile2 certifications are vendor neutral and are designed to be applied at real-world scenarios. The course also approaches the concepts in the same manner enabling the students of this course to comprehend, plan, create and implement effective responses to attacks on data and infrastructure. Additionally, the course also teaches about the common exploits and techniques used by hackers globally so that the students of this course are aware and could prevent most of the attacks on their IT infrastructure.

Exam Information

The Certified Incident Handling Engineer exam is taken online through Mile2’s Assessment and Certification System (“MACS”), which is accessible on your mile2 account. The exam will take 2 hours and consist of 100 multiple-choice questions.

Target Audience

The course is intended for:

  • Incident handlers
  • System and network administrators
  • Network security engineers
  • Cyber security experts
  • IS policy makers


The candidates are supposed to have a minimum of one year of experience related to networking. The candidates should also have sound knowledge of network security protocols.

In addition to this, the candidates should also have some familiarity with Microsoft and Linux operating systems.