CYREBRO’s Forensic Investigation
Forensic investigation is an important component for any business that takes its cyber defense seriously. Your SOC is responsible for performing forensic investigation during and after an attack to help understand what happened, where it happened, to what systems and machines, and any digital footprint left by intruders.
Defeating Anti-Forensics Methods
Forensic Investigation is a basic need for any business which takes its cyber defense seriously. With the help of CYREBRO’s platform, small and medium-sized businesses can now benefit from forensic investigation capabilities without the need to hire forensics analysts or even maintain a physical SOC
Phases of Digital Forensics
These phases elaborate a complete path that computer hacking forensic investigators must finish by using their cyber digital forensic tools such as CYREBRO’s SOC platform. Below are the phases of digital forensics:
Phase 1: First Response
Phase 2: Search and Seizure
Phase 3: Collect Evidence
Phase 4: Secure Evidence
Phase 5: Data Acquisition
Phase 6: Data Analysis
Phase 7: Assess Evidence
Phase 8: Reporting and Documentation
Phase 9: Testify as an Expert witness
An effective digital forensics tool and team can collect data from multiple devices, computers, laptops, mobile devices, USB drives, servers, hard drives, digital cameras, and so forth. The data can be evidence and, thus, it must not be damaged or modified during acquisition. Your SOC’s forensic investigation capability should enable data collection from numerous sources accurately without damaging original evidence.
Tracking and Investigating Email Crimes
Since emails are a widely used way of electronic communication, scammers employ various techniques, such as phishing, to compromise both private and corporate emails.
Proper digital forensics helps you investigate email crimes by tracking, analyzing, and investigating cyber trails and digital evidence through fast and accurate analysis to detect and prevent various email crimes such as:
- Email Hijacking
- Phishing Attacks
- Email Spoofing
- Email Spamming
- Mail Bombing or Mail Storm
- Identity Fraud/Chain Letters
Performing Malware Forensics
No organization can be free of cybersecurity threats and attacks unless it is thoroughly protected against the menace of malicious code or scripts, known as malware. Digital forensic investigations are incomplete without investigating malware.
A forensic solution should aid in detecting malicious scripts or code manipulation and how the malware behaves on the infected system. It should discover indicators of compromise (IoC) and help locate malicious artifacts throughout the network. Doing so can help you and your team analyze the scope, severity, and repercussions of the security incident and sometimes even identify the perpetrators.
Conducting Data Exfiltration Forensics
Any digital forensic tool is incomplete if it cannot investigate the illegal transmission of critical data and information from your corporate network to clandestine hackers. Your team must be equipped with an appropriate digital forensic tool to detect and investigate data exfiltration. Conducting a full-scale investigation when necessary is critical for a SOC to be able to provide the network its securing.
Why Should I Choose CYREBRO’s SOC Platform?
CYREBRO’s SOC platform is a single, centralized solution that can be integrated with your existing SIEM – Security Information and Event Management solution. In addition, it offers seamless integration with over 750 systems and 100 log sources across any platform, solutions, and technologies.
CYREBRO provides an accurate and fast forensic investigation that can reduce the overall impact of a threat, help you learn from previous incidents, and avoid legal and reputational issues.
Contact us to get a free demo and further information on how CYREBRO can help your business stay safe.