The threat of malware and hacking is very real. How do you respond to these attacks?
Nearly 80% of hacking and malware-based compromises among all cybersecurity incidents are successful. The average compromise takes months to detect but only minutes to occur, meaning an advanced adversary has ample time to traverse your network, culling your data. When you finally detect a potential compromise in your network, you need reliable, experienced investigators to determine what happened, what was taken and how to remediate the incident.
Scope the extent of the compromise with enterprise wide digital forensic incident response (DFIR)
Investigating complex compromises requires knowing what to look for, where to find it and how to obtain the necessary data to investigate, contain, and remediate the full incident. Hasty incident response only partially identifies the extent of the malware or hacker’s presence, and often results in prolonged containment efforts or increase the exposure of your valuable data.
Alȳn’s DFIR Analysts can help you:
- Effectively identify the extent of the attack.
- Lead and conduct investigation, containment and development of remediation efforts.
- Develop custom detection and remediation actions based on the indicators identified.
What Sets Us Apart
Alȳn’s incident responders are battle hardened and experienced in conducting forensic incident response in large enterprises, working through compromises, mass infections and insider threat events. Our analysts can rapidly and efficiently pivot between malware analysis, disk and memory forensics, and network analysis during an investigation. This enables Alȳn investigators to scope the incident accurately, speeding up containment and enhancing the security of the network.
Need short-term support? Alȳn provides transactional digital forensics support to the small and medium businesses (SMBs), large organizations, law firms, and state and local governments. Please visit www.alynforensics.com for additional details and contact information.