The technology trail begins.
At the core of any investigation, there is endpoint forensics. Whether you are investigating the reported inappropriate employee conduct, the sudden departure of an executive, the discovery of malicious software, a targeted attack or a potential data breach, endpoint forensics is something you have to get right the first time.
Endpoint forensics aid in determining the scope of an incident, information accessed, and method used Endpoint forensics allow organizations to know what happened and what was accessed rather than having to guess.
Know what happened, don’t guess.
Packets never lie.
Network forensics efforts can be used to identify threats, compromises, and adversaries who have managed to circumvent your perimeter.
Network forensics also can be used to reduce the scope of impacted endpoints within a network, scaling endpoint forensic efforts. This allows for the prioritization and focus to be on those systems suspected to have been impacted.
Not as volatile as criminals would like
The ability to analyze volatile memory is becoming more and more important as criminals are able to execute and run code in memory, never writing the code to the hard drive, being able to bypass traditional controls like anti-virus.
Our memory forensic capabilities provide answers, often very quickly, to identify and confirm suspicious activity on a system.