How to Speed Up Incident Response in 2019: Analyze Faster (Part 1)
May 6, 2019
This post (and the next) will focus on the best...
How to Speed Up Incident Response in 2019: Start the Investigation Faster
April 17, 2019
To improve overall speed in digital forensics and incident response...
It’s About Time(lines)!
July 28, 2018
Using timestamps to determine what happened before or after an event is vital when investigating your endpoints. Timestamps allow you to see what programs were run or websites visited that may have been involved in a suspicious event. The latest Cyber Triage 2.3.0 release includes a new timeline feature that makes this type of investigation easier.
Volatility integration in Cyber Triage to Analyze Memory
May 4, 2018
Sometimes the only evidence on an intrusion is in memory...
More Changes To Make Your Response Faster
October 30, 2017
Time is critical during incident response. Every minute you have...
Intro to IR Triage (Part 1): Buyer’s Guide
May 25, 2017
Part 1: Host Triage Tool Buyer’s Guide I often encounter companies who...
Get Free Incident Response Software
April 6, 2017
Organizations need to be able to respond to alerts and...
Cyber Triage Has a New Look
March 23, 2017
Cyber Triage 2.0 has been released with a new user...
Exposing More Data to Save Time
December 15, 2016
The new Cyber Triage release allows you to better understand...
Finding Suspicious Program Activity
September 14, 2016
The 1.6.1 release of Cyber Triage added a new automated...
Dig Deeper: Find More IOCs and Fast Flux Domains
July 21, 2016
Find more evidence on an endpoint with the latest Cyber...