Built for Cyber First Responders

Cyber Triage is built by the Digital Forensics Team at Basis Technology. Led by Brian Carrier, this team focuses on providing easy to use digital forensics software for people who are first to the cyber incident, crime scene, or battlefield. They also build the popular open-source forensics tool Autopsy

Focus On The Cyber First Responder

The popular image of a first responder needs an update. 

Traditionally, first responders are firefighters, police officers, or armed forces. They’re the ones running towards burning buildings, bank robberies, and battlefields. But the digital age has created new kinds of criminals, crime scenes, and evidence. 

It needs new first responders too.   

For the past 20 years, Brian Carrier and his team have dedicated themselves to arming cyber first responders with the tools they need to perform on the digital front lines. Through revolutionary digital forensics and investigation software like Autopsy and Cyber Triage, these first responders can go into battle equipped. 

Digital Forensics for Everyone

Both Cyber Triage and Autopsy focus on speed and ease of use so responders can make quick and accurate decisions. 

Speed is essential on the front lines, where investigation is frequently only part of a complex job. Corporate security teams counter cyber attacks…and juggle IT responsibilities. Detectives review digital evidence…and follow up on leads. Soldiers analyze seized media…and fight a battle.

Basis Technology believes in making the jobs of those on the front lines easier by making software that is as automated and easy to use. 

We can’t decrease their responsibilities, but we make digital forensics as easy and effective as possible. 

Looking to improve your incident response?

You can try Cyber Triage or ask for a quote today.

Need a digital forensics tool? 

Autopsy is the industry standard, and you can download it for free here.

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Cyber Triage is built by the digital forensics group at Basis Technology, led by Brian Carrier. Brian 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.

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