Digital Forensics and Incident Response
Early detection and rapid investigation are critical to repelling attackers and responding to threats. But countless warnings, insufficient information, and lack of visibility can keep you from doing these important things. This is where we come in. We provide continuous 24-hour monitoring of IT resources, both in terms of cybersecurity (threat information and threat hunting) and rapid incident response (DFIR). We invite you to familiarize yourself with the SOC service as a service provided by the Security Operations Center (SOC) team.
- We offer specialized digital forensic services called DFIR (Digital Forensic Incident Response). We use highly specialized commercial equipment and tools to perform forensic analysis.
- Our digital forensic lab, which conducts dozens of data mining and data extraction monthly, consists of a number of professional and reputable software, including the FTK Forensic Toolkit and X-Ways Forensics, which allow you to get evidence from Analyze through documentation.
- Proper security of digital tracking allows in-depth analysis of the incident and allows you to determine in detail how the attacker performed the operation. Over time, if the evidence is not properly secured, the system scripts will be lost, even if the user is working on it and the system is simply running.
- On the other hand, shutting down a computer without the necessary prior protection, results in the irreparable loss of digital data stored in the operating system memory and reserved for the attacker. This data may contain important information for incident analysis.
- Today, digital security is a requirement of every company, so the most important issue is response speed. At SOC, we use dynamic defense technologies to identify new types of never-before-seen threats (unique examples in targeted attacks).
- Each new instance is automatically analyzed in a sandbox to simulate behavior and identify malicious methods. Using products such as Splunk and ELK, all behaviors within the network will be collected and behavioralized.
- Network attack detection security products monitor communications and use hundreds of predefined rules for detection. These products always have a major drawback, this defect can be considered as lack of further understanding of the reported warnings.
- Attackers often use obfuscation methods in communication channels with their command center that are not visible to network-level products. Thus, purple teams are always needed to hunt down suspicious behaviors at the network, attacks and communications.
Security Operations Center
The experts of SOC (threat hunter) and CERT team are always trying to be active in the fields of defensive (blue team) and offensive (red team) in cybersecurity, as well as the implementation of a professional computer forensic laboratory so that they can perform proper actions in different situations, hunting and incident response specialists at the Security Operations Center are always in charge of data mining from data collection databases.
Computer Security Incident Response Team
A team responding to known incidents can provide cyber assistance to government agencies and institutions in an emergency. This response to an incident at the time of a cyberattack is very important and can assist forensic teams in conducting an explicit investigation. For example, if an organization’s operating systems become infected with ransomware, it usually takes a short time for the ransomware to reach the Impact stage. If the digital forensic response team acts quickly, it can respond appropriately to the attack.
Malware analysis is one of the key issues in data collection and forensic, which can be used to neutralize anti-reverse engineering and anti-coding methods, It is also possible to perform appropriate operations in order to Behavior recognition and create a signature on the malicious file formats entered into the system and start data mining after reverse engineering the area in question.