Cyberforensics Investigations


Every single day brings news of cybersecurity breaches and attacks on the IT resources that have now come to form the basis of an organization's existence. CryptoForensics' cyberforensics investigations capabilities can reassure your organization should a compromise be suspected. Our use of industry-recognized tools and methods of analysis can be leveraged to ensure your information remains protected. If your organization has been affected by a security breach, if your client is involved in litigation that involves digital evidence, and if your organization needs a health check of a system to ensure its integrity remains intact, then CryptoForensics' cyberforensics investigations offerings can step in to help.

Whatever your cyberforensics challenges, Cryptoforensics will work with you to:

  • Determine the source, scope, and sensitivity of a data loss
  • Identify evidence that is critical to determining your legal and regulatory obligations
  • Secure critical evidence in support of your investigation or litigation needs
  • Defend against internal and external exposure
  • Retain customers and opportunities

 

• Retainer Services

 

We live in an age where the technological infrastructure we all use has proven to be vulnerable to attackers. Thus, a proactive approach to cyberforensics will give your organization peace of mind in the event of a breach. Data breaches are one of the most stressful events an organization can experience. Negative press releases, customer distrust, and large remediation expenses are just a part of the fallout that organizations may face after a data breach. Thus, to be prepared ahead of an attack is crucial for solving a problem before it gets out of hand.

 

Deploying our retainer program, clients can utilize all of our cyberforensics capabilities and ensure that the root of their security breach is identified and assessed effectively, allowing an appropriate and efficient response from their business.

 

The value proposition to our clients includes:

  • Lock in a discounted rate of service
  • Quick reaction time to incident with no contractual negotiation process
  • Leverage other CryptoForensics' service offerings, such as penetration testing and reports on compliance at the same discounted rate if retainer services are not required for a breach

 

• CyberBreach Analysis

 

CryptoForensics' Breach Analysis offerings provide our clients with the answers to serious questions and critical information regarding the depth of the incident, when it occurred, and insights into who initiated the attack. CryptoForensics will work to provide a level of assurance as to what happened during the incident, allowing our clients to respond decisively, both internally and externally. In addition to the analysis, CryptoForensics will deploy scanning resources to scan the compromised systems for additional vulnerabilities to provide extra value, which inevitably will assist clients in better protecting their environment. The result is a comprehensive report on forensics analysis.

 

Typical information we assemble and report include:

  • Network connection information
  • Method of attack
  • Vulnerability identification
  • Malware identification
  • Indicator of compromise
  • Timelines of incident
  • Sensitive file last access times
  • User account reviews

 

• eDiscovery Services

 

CryptoForensics' eDiscovery offerings provide clients with the capability to sift through large amounts of information quickly and locate important proprietary information. CryptoForensics can drastically narrow down the required documents pertaining to a case by searching for items that match patterns, keywords, text strings, and other types of important information. We can provide a breakdown of the number of items found, their location on the disk, and can further extract the exact documents containing the text of interest.

 

The result of this task is a report of the files found with the items of interest. CryptoForensics can extract all the files found in an effort to reduce the depth of the evidence. Further, a list of all files and the contents surrounding the findings can be produced for the client. Typical information we gather, depending on source evidence, include:

  • Keywords
  • Patterns
  • PII
  • Sensitive information matching keywords
  • Document lists and file information and statistics

What's New?

Cyber Defense Diversification
Today, most enterprises try to deal with cybersecurity threats by focusing inwardly through conducting vulnerability assessments, making detailed network maps, and in some cases, deploying robust patch management processes to continuously monitor their networks and systems. While this approach provides some benefits, against many cyber threats it's ineffective. Most corporate networks are so large and complex that it's simply too difficult to identify all of their assets, or all of their vulnerabilities, and patch them fast enough. Today's cyber wrongdoers are sophisticated, well-funded, and patient—they use a wide range of techniques to penetrate even well-protected enterprises...

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