Why is DFIR Important?

When a cyber attack occurs, the first priority is recovering from the incident. However recovery is not enough, in order to fully eradicate the threat, and prevent it from recurring, organizations need to understand what happened and who was behind the attack.

Our DFIR service provides a deep understanding of cybersecurity incidents through a comprehensive forensic process. We aim to gather and investigate vast amounts of data to fill in gaps of information about cyber attacks, such as who were the attackers, how they broke in, and the exact steps they took to place systems at risk. 

Digital forensic information collected can also be used in lawsuits and can be used as evidence in court proceedings against cybercriminals.

Our Methodology

Forensic collection—gathering, examining, and analyzing data from networks, applications, data stores, and endpoints, both on-premises and in the cloud.

Notification and reporting— Once the evidence is collected and evaluated, it undergoes a detailed analysis to determine root cause, scope of breach, and what data may have been impacted. Each step of this process is carefully documented and presented back to you in a detailed report. 


Triage and investigation—determining whether the organization has been breached and identifying the root cause, scope, timeline, and impact of the incident. 

Incident follow up—depending on the nature of the incident, there may be a need to  make changes to systems and processes to address vulnerabilities. It may also be required to communicate the incident status to stakeholders, customers, government bodies and the press.


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