Cyber Triage™ is built by the digital forensics group at Basis Technology, led by Brian Carrier who previously ran an incident response team at @stake, developed The Sleuth Kit and Autopsy open source tools, and authored the popular book, “File System Forensic Analysis”. The digital forensics group builds custom investigation tools that range from large cluster-based systems to turnkey deployable systems.
Our experience building forensics tools for government customers led to the design of Cyber Triage. The incident response needs of companies are much like the needs of front line officers and soldiers. Neither are forensics experts, but both need to be able to quickly learn some basic information from digital devices. We’ve built Cyber Triage with the idea of helping companies make decisions about endpoints on the front lines, just like the soldier needs to make decisions about a device in the battlefield.
BASIS TECHNOLOGY develops innovative products and solutions incorporating multilingual text analytics and digital forensics. Our digital forensics team pioneers better, faster, and cheaper techniques to extract digital evidence, keeping companies, government, and law enforcement ahead of exponential growth of data storage volumes.
Basis Technology is the primary contributor to the popular Autopsy open source digital forensics tool, which has 20,000+ downloads for each release and was designed to be an extensible platform. That extensibility is used by Cyber Triage to provide digital forensics recovery in an easy to use incident response tool.
Basis Technology was founded in 1995 and also has a text analytics group that extracts meaningful intelligence from unstructured multilingual text. The text analytics products have been used by more than 250 major firms, including Amazon, EMC, Oracle, Dassault, Fujitsu, Google, Airbnb, Microsoft, Pinterest, and governments around the world.