ThreatResponder® Platform Allows Enterprises and Forensics Firms to Conduct Deep and Legally-Defensible Remote Computer Forensic Investigations or Incident Response at Scale Within a Few Hours
DULLES, Va., Aug. 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — NetSecurity® Corporation, a leader in endpoint threat protection, vulnerability detection, and computer forensics investigations, announced today that traditional Endpoint Threat Detection and Response (EDR) platform and “collector scripts,” are inadequate to quickly and thoroughly conduct remote forensics investigation and incident response that can withstand legal scrutiny.
When there is a data breach, insider threat, or a cyber attack, organizations often struggle to identify the right skills, tools or product to use for the investigation and often resort to open source scripts, freeware, collector scripts, or traditional EDR. These technologies do not scale and are not capable of conducting forensics at scale and timely. NetSecurity recognized this problem and developed ThreatResponder to help organizations conduct remote forensics investigation, eliminating travel costs and delays.
“Today’s adversaries remain relentless and highly sophisticated, often leveraging attack techniques or exploiting vulnerabilities that are largely unknown to defenders. A technology that can drill deep and tell the full story (of the who, what, when, where, why, and how) relating to attack or breach is imperative,” said Inno Eroraha, founder and chief strategist of NetSecurity. “ThreatResponder allows digital forensic investigators to conduct forensic investigations of thousands of computer systems wherever they may be located within hours instead of weeks or…