In the discipline of digital forensics and incident response (DFIR), cyberattacks and cybercrime are discovered, investigated, and remedied. It is closely associated with computer emergency response (CER). It is sometimes referred to as digital forensics or digital incident response in some circles (DFIR). This field of forensics examines system data, user behavior, and other digital traces in order to gather evidence and follow the trail of any unfavorable event that may have occurred in the past (attack, breach, fraud, or crime). Digital forensics is another term for this field. In order to prepare for, identify, contain, and recover from a security breach or fraud, a method must be followed.
Because of the utilization of cutting-edge technology, our DFIR specialists are able to assist organizations in reacting to fraudulent digital activity such as malware infection, hacker attacks, data theft, and any other unpleasant digital behavior. As part of their investigation, our DFIR professionals look into data on digital assets across a wide range of platforms, such as computers, mobile phones, enterprise networks and cloud deployments, as well as the surface web as well as the dark and deep web. They are also capable of digging deep to determine the root cause of an incident while conducting their investigation.
Is it required for your company to acquire or recover information from your digital landscape? If so, what information do you need? CyberUltron’s DFIR expertise is available to assist with data capture, collection, preservation, and analysis as required, making use of cutting–edge technology and software. It is possible that they will aid in enhancing incident response preparedness.
In today’s world, the importance of digital forensic incident response cannot be overstated.
As a consequence of the digitalization of assets and data transfer to the cloud, as well as the recent acceleration of remote-based work, organizations have made data-driven incident response (DFIR) a basic strategy for ensuring security against threats and fraud. Using an integrated approach to disaster response and investigation (DFIR) allows a corporation to respond to catastrophes with more speed and precision than it could otherwise.
A DFIR program increases the efficacy of current security response and procedures in the management of crimes, and it allows an organization to take a consistent approach in the investigation and review of incident reports. While we can assist you in recovering your data as quickly as possible, we can also assist you in investigating the incident efficiently and effectively with the least amount of disruption to your business operations, as well as assisting you in prosecuting the threat through evidence and documentation, if that is necessary.
Search and retrieval of information, and analysis of information
The hard disc was subjected to examination and imaging.
The usage of mobile forensics (Android/iOS) is becoming more common.
Cloud-based Analytical Services are becoming increasingly popular.
E-mails are being investigated.
The Investigative Study of social media
Forensics and network analysis are two phrases that are used to refer to the same thing in the field of information technology.
Video and picture forensics are two different things.
Digital Crime Scene Investigation is a type of digital crime scene investigation.
The following services are offered by the CyberUltron:
The Department of Defense Incident Response helps to incident response in the following ways:
Rapidity and Efficacy are two important characteristics of any product.
The use of an approach that is both efficient and customized
Tools and technology for commercial and open-source intelligence (OSINT) operations
The application of standards-based methodology or approach
Monitoring and alerting following a data breach, including warnings and notifications