In-house DFIR capabilities are a rare and powerful asset to any business. However, a majority of today’s enterprises lack the skills and resources to develop and execute the entire breadth of DFIR elements alone. That’s why we deliver comprehensive DFIR services, supporting businesses with unparalleled control, visibility and structure when disaster strikes.
As stated its name, this field of cyber security is split into two interdependent components:
In short, digital forensics is a systematic investigation, applying validated scientific techniques to digital crimes and cyber attacks to uncover or create a chain of evidence. With increasing regulatory fines, continuing cost pressures and severe reputational damages incurred from security incidents, DFIR capabilities are an essential element in legal proceedings post-breach.
While DFIR involves collecting and examining user activity, logs and other digital evidence to determine the source of malicious activity, IR is more of an umbrella term used to describe the entire crisis response process. To clarify, IR refers to preparation, identification, analysis, containment, eradication, recovery and post-incident handling in the event of a breach.
As your trusted partner in cybersecurity, our vision is to act as a seamless extension to your business. Thus, our mission is to deliver DFIR services that provide unparalleled control, visibility and structure when disaster strikes.
Using a refined methodology, we cover the entire breadth of both digital forensics and incident response. Above all, we tailor our suite of services to your organisation’s capabilities and deliver streamlined incident response and forensic investigation right when you need it.
Responding to an incident effectively and in a timely manner will help your organisation minimise losses and mitigate exploited vulnerabilities. As a result, you’re able to swiftly restore services and processes and reduce the risks that future incidents pose.Read more
Having a team on standby minimises the duration and impact of a breach and eliminates costly delays with a pre-arranged contract. Our flexible retainer options provide you with expert guidance at every step of the way, ensuring a swift response when you need it.Read more
Developing an incident response plan is critical to ensure your organisation is prepared for a cyber incident. Moreover, regularly running through these plans and playbooks is the key streamlining response processes and getting back to business-as-usual.Read more
Our forensic investigator works in conjunction with our pentesting team, as well as your internal security systems to simulate a real-world attack scenario. Ultimately, this finds gaps in your existing security controls and furthermore, improves your ability to respond when an attack does occur.Read more
Our analysts have vast experience in the identification, collection, preservation, processing, review, analysis and presentation of evidence over a wide range of cases including fraud, employee malfeasance, blackmail and confident/IP theft.Read more
In order to prepare for a breach, you must first understand your organisation’s ability to detect and respond to incidents. This involves checking for any gaps in visibility affecting security and determining if there are any missing elements that could improve your overall response.Read more
If you need support aligning your security strategy, protecting your digital assets or managing your defenses, Content Security can help. Schedule a time with one of our Directors today.